Tinubu’s Chatham House Speech: Atiku’s Ally Blasts APC, Drags El-Rufai, Fayemi to the Mud

Tinubu’s Chatham House Speech: Atiku’s Ally Blasts APC, Drags El-Rufai, Fayemi to the Mud

  • The performance of the APC presidential flagbearer in the United Kingdom has continued to generate heated reactions in the polity
  • In fact, the opposition PDP has described Bola Tinubu’s performance at the Chatham House in the UK as a charade
  • PDP chieftain and publisher, Dele Momodu lambasts the ruling party while noting they brought a huge embarrassment to Nigeria

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The director, strategic communications of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential campaign council, Chief Dele Momodu has rated the performance of the All Progressives Congress presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, at the Chatham House, United Kingdom, on Monday, December 5, as poor.

Momodu in an article sent to Legit.ng on Tuesday, December 6 chided Tinubu over what he described as ‘his less than impressive engagement with his audience at the Chatham House.’

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Chatham House, London, Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu, PDP Campaign, 2023 elections, Dele Momodu, Atiku Abubakar, APC
TPDP reacts to Tinubu’s Chatham House Speech.
Photo credit: Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu
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Dele Momodu blasts APC

The renowned publisher noted that chieftains of the APC were ‘window-dressing’ Tinubu on a global stage.

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In a piece on Tuesday, December 6, Momodu slammed the handlers of the former Lagos state governor for causing the nation a huge embarrassment on a global stage.

He said,

“Truth is, the problem of Nigeria is often aggravated by the voluptuous ambitions of some acolytes who wish to remain eternally relevant in the corridors of power at the expense of the long-suffering nation,” he said, adding that “all those around Tinubu yesterday (Monday) knew the bitter truth but chose to fool Nigerians.”

Buhari in the mix

The PDP campaign spokesman recalled that seven years ago, the incumbent commander-in-chief did a good job when he appeared at the same venue to engage with the global audience.

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His words:

“I was with the President Muhammadu Buhari, the day he visited Chatham House seven years ago. He was solid and charismatic. He needed no one to prompt him. He answered questions eloquently and intelligently to the best of his abilities.

“That is what Tinubu was expected to accomplish yesterday (Monday). What he did instead was like inviting helpers to sit the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board examination. It is horrifying to watch some respected intellectuals like El-Rufai and Fayemi as they struggled to window dress Tinubu on a much hallowed global stage.”

Igbokwe releases supposed childhood photo of Tinubu

Right from his childhood, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has been a person of elegance, cut out for great things.

Tinubu is very aware of what he is capable of and the extent of influence he wields in southwest, nay, Nigerian politics.

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And it’s as if the former governor of Lagos state had known from his youthful days how far he will come in his political career.

Support for Tinubu: Jagaban’s ally digs up crucial past about Ngige

Amid Chris Ngige’s delay in openly declaring his support for Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, some old facts about the minister of labour and employment have been dug up.

On his Facebook page on Tuesday, October 18, Joe Igbokwe, one of Tinubu’s allies, went back memory lane to 2013 when Ngige was preparing for the Anambra governorship election.

Igbokwe stated that at the time, politicians like the All Progressives Congress (APC)’s presidential candidate and other party bigwigs rallied around Ngige and gave him the needed support.

Source: Legit.ng


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