Former Lagos state governor and chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Bola Ahmed Tinubu has knocked those allegedly monitoring his residence in Bourdillon, Ikoyi.
Channels TV reports that Tinubu said those who raised the alarm over bullion vans reportedly sighted in his premises are mere mischief makers.
Tinubu said this after he cast his vote in Lagos on Saturday, February 23.
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“Who are those watching my house and looking at bullion vans, they must be mischief makers,” Tinubu said.
According to him, bullion vans coming out of his home do not in any way imply that his party is plotting to rig the elections.
“I don’t work for the government, I am not in an agency of the government, and let anybody come out to say I have taken any contract from the government of President Buhari and the APC in the last five years.
“If I don’t represent any agency of government and I have money to spend if I like I give it to the people for free of charge as long as it is not to buy votes.”
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported earlier that Tinubu said he would accept the result of the presidential election even if it did not go the way of the party.
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Tinubu spoke with journalists after voting at Polling Unit 047, Ward 3, Ikeja at 11:20am. He said that the will of the electorate must be respected, adding that as a true democrat, free and fair elections must be protected.
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