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Tinubu’s campaign spokesman blasts Igbos - "Don't interfere with Lagos politics, mind your business"

 


Bayo Onanuga, a spokesperson for the President-elect, Bola Tinubu, has warned Igbo in Lagos against “interfering” in politics in the state.


Onanuga, who is the director of media and publicity of the All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council, issued the warning in a tweet via his official Twitter account, @aonanuga1956.


He said, “Let 2023 be the last time of Igbo interference in Lagos politics. Let there be no repeat in 2027. Lagos is like Anambra, Imo, any Nigerian state. It is not No Man’s Land, not Federal Capital Territory. It is Yoruba land. Mind your business.”


It can be recalled  that the days before the conduct of the governorship election in Lagos were marred with ethnic tensions.


A former governor of Ogun State, Olusegun Osoba, earlier urged citizens of “Igbo extract” in Lagos against making the election a tribal issue.


The tribal trend had heated up on social media with ethnic slurs at residents.


The incumbent governor of the state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, and the governorship candidate of the Labour Party in Lagos, Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, have also been dragged into the web of ethnic sentiments.

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2 comments

  1. Is it not clear once again that every section and tribe in nigeria is against the igbos? Coming out to vote for their preferred candidate during an election is now interference. Wanting to stay on their own and manage their God-given resources is not interference. What has the igbos done to deserve this hate? On top of that you have some of the igbo brothers bent of pulling down the more, the efforts of their own brothers. This is also not good at all.

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  2. What kind of interference are you talking about? or are you now telling the Ibos in Lagos not to vote for their preferred candidates in future elections? make it clear to us.

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