IGBOS NOT OUR ALLY: Why Osinbajo, Fayemi, Amosun must step down for Tinubu now-Bisi Omo-Olubadan - Global Quest Magazine



Monday, May 30, 2022

IGBOS NOT OUR ALLY: Why Osinbajo, Fayemi, Amosun must step down for Tinubu now-Bisi Omo-Olubadan

By Ajibade Alabi

As regards the upcoming 2023 election aura, Yoruba Liberation Movement president, Prince Bisi Ogunrinde also know as Bisi Omo-Olubadan just dropped the expected analysis explaining what happened when the National leader of All progressive party APC, in his quest for his presidential ambition, went directly to Orji Kalu to seek his Support.

Kalu, an Igbo indigene faintly embraced Asiwaju but just few days after he also declared interest in running for the same post and shortly after his declaration he quit the presidential race to queue behind Ahmed Lawan on the pretence that, If the Igbo are not given the party ticket, the power should return to the North as if the Igbo ever contributed anything substantial to the greatness of the APC Nigeria.

According to Bisi, It is now necessarily important for the likes of Gov. Fayemi, Prof. Osinbajo and Sen. Amosun to clearly understand that Yorubaland currently has them as brain powers but the best among them who has structures and networks in every nooks and crannies of Nigeria in person of Asiwaju Tinubu should be considered and push forward for this political game, because the Igbo will fully want Lawan to clinch the ticket of the APC Nigeria even when Lawan isn't really interested nor ready.

The likes of Fayemi, Amosun, Osinbajo should also be aware that come 5th of June Ibo will not vote for any of them in the Primaries including Tinubu because since 1959 the Ibo never had any positive mindset towards any Yoruba political and/or national interest.

And of course, Gov. Umahi will definitely step down for Lawan just as it were then so it is now.

Bisi conclusively appeal to the leadership of Yorubaland to inform Osinbajo, Fayemi Amosun that the future is now, and as such any drastic change to Tinubu's candidature will cost Yorubaland its National and Political future, of which the unborn generations will definitely be affected

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