Hate Buhari faced now being transferred to Tinubu – Joe Igbokwe


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The Special Adviser for Drainage and Water Resources to Lagos State Governor, Joe Igbokwe, says the presidential candidate of All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu is the subject of “hate” campaigns once directed at President Muhammadu Buhari.

He said this in a Facebook post on Monday, few hours after Tinubu shared a workout video that has been generating reactions on social media.

Igbokwe wrote, “They called President Buhari all source of names, they mocked him, they tried to ridicule him for no just cause, they said he has died and that the man in the seat of power is Jubrin of Sudan.

“Even the unimaginable works he has done across Nigeria East, West, North and South are not being celebrated. They pretend that nothing has happened.

“It is unbelievable, it is unthinkable and it is incomprehensible. But see the face President Buhari today.

“Today again they have transferred the same hate and aggression to APC Presidential Candidate Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

“They say he is sick, that he cannot run, he cannot write, he cannot even talk in a debate etc.

“The vicious cycle continues, the lies continue but when are we going to learn the huge lessons of history?

“When will they learn to call a spade a spade? When will they come out this primordial sentiments and pathetic joke and get serious?

“The stage is now set and we will once again display ideas that have stood us apart for years now.

“In the face of these blatant lies, hate speeches, bigotry our hands are still on the plough digging deeper, doing the needful, taking the Bulls by the horns, setting the agenda and influencing decisions even at the highest level.

“We will not relent. We will defeat lies with truths in the fullness of time. We will not be distracted, we will remain focused and smart. Good morning everyone,”

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