Guber election: God forbid Tinubu becomes President, Oby Ezekwesili reacts to Lagos poll

A former minister of Education, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, has lamented the activities of thugs in the ongoing governorship and State Houses of Assembly elections, particularly in Lagos State.

The 2023 Lagos State gubernatorial election was marred by highly level of violence and intimidation and the former minister is concerned this could be a new normal in the administration of Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress, APC, who was declared president-elect by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.

Ezekwesili, who has served Nigeria in different capacities, is concerned that Nigerians may witness more reckless and total disregard of rule of law if Tinubu becomes President.

“The mayhem @officialABAT and his criminal enterprise gang unleashed in Lagos today against innocent citizens is what he wants to assume the Office of President and scale to the rest of Nigeria in the name of ‘controlling the Center?’

“Tufia! The God of Justice forbids.”

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  1. Your ipob brothers and sisters who wanted to grad Lagos by force caused it.

  2. Wether you like or not muslim muslim is your president for 8 years. Relax and continue your life

  3. No one was kidnapped or killed in Lagos during the election madam. Verify from your area and know how many people were killed ,how many kidnapped and how many houses were burnt. Lagos is YORUBA land. Get that into your skull

  4. Funny people, had there not been thugs in Lagos long before Tinubu became governor of Lagos? Was it Tinubu that impregnated all the women that gave birth to the so called thugs? What the Ibo can't try in Kano or Kaduna or even Rivers, they will look down on Yoruba people and try it on them.


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