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See What Fani Kayode Said About The APC Crisis And End Tinubu Political Career

PoliticsNgr 06/24/2020

Femi Fani Kayode, a Nigerian based human rights extremist and legislator, who has been condemning the Buhari Government had tonight stood up in the initiative tussle shaking the authority of the All Progressive Congress, which prompted the sacking of Adams Oshiomole who is considered by numerous individuals as faithful to Tinubu.

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As we all know about the rumour flying about concerning Ahmed Tinubu Contesting for Presidency in 2023 but according to Fani Kayode, he thinks that's the end of Tinubu.

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The human rights extremist Who communicated this by means of his Facebook page was cited as saying, First Oshiomole is kicked out by the Court of Appeal. At that point his favored substitution, Ajimobi, falls into a state of insensibility. At that point his most despised opponent, Giadom, is perceived by Buhari as Acting National Chairman. 

Conclusion: it is over for Tinubu. He has been under the bus and retired from politics! Fani Kayode argued.

This is coming after the official explanation from Garba Shehu, the presidential representative, who by means of his Facebook page stated, President has gotten exceptionally persuading guidance on the situation of the law concerning the circumstance in the party.

He has verified that the law is in favor of Victor Giadom as Acting National Chairman. Since will consistently act as per the law, the President will go to the virtual gathering Giadom called for tomorrow around lunchtime. 

Fani Kayode accepts that, Tinubu political profession is presently over in Nigeria, thinking about the ongoing advancement in the Party.

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