- Kola Abiola has said that he cannot be able to do an expected comparison between his late father and the Kogi state governor
- The son of late MKO Abiola made this disclosure weeks after her sister likeded Yahaya Bello to their father
- According to Kola, he does not know Bello so well enough to be able to do such comparison in as much as he would not be willing to air his family's details publicly
A son of Moshood Abiola, the late acclaimed winner of the 1993 presidential election, Kola has said that he cannot join in the comparison of Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi state and his late father.
Speaking on Arise TV's programme titled 'One-on-One with Kola Abiola' on Friday, April 23, the presidential candidate said he does not know much about Yahaya Bello to be able to liken or compare him with his father.
“I don’t want to talk about Yahaya Bello, I don’t know him well enough.”
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While describing his father as a national brand who belonged to all Nigerians, the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP's) presidential aspirant said as the head of the family and would not discuss the family issue in public.
“I have to play the mature one and that is my role even at my own expense.”
Yahaya Bello speaks about MKO Abiola's life, legacy, plan for his family once he becomes president
Governor Yahaya Bello had promised to ensure that the legacies of the late MKO Abiola do not go to waste.
Bello made the promise shortly after he made a declaration to run for the presidency in the 2023 general election.
According to Bello, he will deliver all that Abiola planned for Nigeria to every Nigerian across the board.
Abiola’s daughter finally reveals why she accepted to lead Yahaya Bello’s presidential campaign
Hafsat Abiola, a daughter of the late MKO Abiola had revealed why she accepted to lead the presidential campaign of Governor Bello.
According to her, the Kogi state governor has the qualities needed to take Nigeria to the right destination.
She said one of the similarities between her late father and Governor Bello is their refusal to have political godfathers.
Late MKO Abiola’s daughter makes history with interest in top APC position
Rinsola contested for the party's national youth leader position during the APC's national convention which took place in Abuja.
She obtained the nomination form for the office on Thursday, March 17, at the party's national secretariat in Abuja.