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Buhari, I’m sorry, but it’s time for revenge – Tinubu states during acceptance speech at eagle square, Abuja

Buhari, I’m sorry, but it’s time for revenge – Tinubu states during acceptance speech at eagle square, Abuja

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Meanwhile, the APC, has been entreated to place one in all its presidential aspirants, Yahaya Bello on suicide and close watch.

The flag bearer of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has said he become taking “revenge” as he kept President Muhammadu Buhari ready at the Eagles Square in Abuja.

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Tinubu stated this at some stage in his acceptance speech after he became declared the winner of the party’s presidential primary.

The former Lagos Governor polled a complete 1,271 votes from the 2,322 delegates at the Special Convention, to beat his main fighters, Rotimi Amaechi and VP Yemi Osinbajo secured 316 and 235 votes respectively.

Tinubu thanked his wife, supporters, and a number of his buddies who backed his ambition in a lengthy speech.

He then added: “Mr President, I am sorry for keeping you waiting too long since yesterday.

“But this is the time to take revenge. You have taken too long sometimes.

“I only sympathize with the mother of the nation. Whatever punishment the president takes this afternoon, we asked for it together when we said a vote for APC,” Tinubu said.

Tinubu added that he holds no grudges against people who did not support him.

“Those who did not support me, you have nothing to fear. I hold no grudges. Let’s join hands in defeating the PDP.”

Meanwhile the APC, has been entreated to area one in all its presidential aspirants, Yahaya Bello on suicide watch.

Reno Omokri, a socio-political commentator, alleged that Bello may be stricken by severe depression.

In a tweet, the former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, wrote: “The APC should put Yahaya Bello on suicide watch. This may sound like a joke, but I’m deadly serious.

“The man is experiencing severe depression right now. All the cash he spent down the drain. Meanwhile, Kogi workers and pensioners are waiting for him!”

Before the commencement of the voting, there were insinuations that the Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello was asked to step down from the presidential race.

This, many believed, turned into the reason he angrily left a meeting of APC governors, a few days in the past.

However, the APC presidential aspirant insisted that he might no longer step down from the race.

He, however, careworn that handiest President Muhammadu Buhari can ask him to step down.

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