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Lagos APC blasts Bode George over call for Tinubu, Fashola probe


 
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lagos—The All Progressive Congress, APC, Lagos Chapter has berated Peoples Democratic Party,PDP chieftain, Chief Olabode George over his call to President Muhammadu Buhari to probe former governor of Lagos State Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and his successor, Babatunde Fashola.
The party asked George to keep quiet for now and continue to lick the wounds inflicted on him by the defeat his party suffered at both the National and the state levels in the just concluded federal elections.

APC State Publicity Secretary, Mr. Joe Igbokwe, yesterday, said George like the Lagos PDP Chairman, Tunji Shelle was woken up from a chronic hallucination after suffering a devastating defeat in the hands of APC.
“Why is Bode George finding it difficult to believe that the game is over for him in Nigerian politics talk less of Lagos State? Who will tell Bode George that nobody takes him serious again in matters of Nigerian politics? Who will persuade Chief George to quit politics now in his own interest?
“Did he know that the President has full knowledge of his dubious activities in Lagos during the campaigns? Chief Bode George spoke about the cost of projects in Lagos, but the question is this: what does a hut builder know about Lekki-Ikoyi Bridge? What does this carpenter know about gold?” What does this failed politician know about good governance and service delivery?” Igbokwe stated.

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