US-Nigerian Doctor Opens Up on Tinubu’s Alleged Drug Case, Reveals Stunning Details

US-Nigerian Doctor Opens Up on Tinubu’s Alleged Drug Case, Reveals Stunning Details

  • The real truth behind Bola Tinubu's drug case in the United States has finally been revealed
  • A Nigeria-born US-based doctor disclosed recently that Tinubu was never involved in drug dealings in the US and he was never convicted
  • Meanwhile, Tinubu will be sworn in on Monday, May 29, as the 16th president of Nigeria, alongside his vice, Kashim Shettima

A Nigeria-born US-based medical practitioner and Convener of Social Rehabilitation Gruppe (SRG) Dr Marindoti Oludare, has revealed the whole truth concerning Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu's alleged drug case in the United States of America.

Oludare maintained that fact-check has unraveled the true circumstance that Tinubu was never involved in drug dealings in the US.

United States of America, Bola Tinubu
The Nigeria-born US-based medical practitioner says Tinubu was never convicted of drugs in the United States. Photo credit: Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu
Source: Twitter

The truth behind Tinubu's drug case in the US, revealed

Oludare made this disclosure in a statement signed by his personal assistant on media, Kayode Fashua, The Nigerian Tribune reported.

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He said,

“Tinubu’s love affair with his nation Nigeria is one that has taken a lot of sacrifices.
“One thing that is universal about true love is that love is giving and Tinubu has always given without holding any lien. Many a times this gift has not been reciprocated by those who’ve received, other times the gift has been maligned its beneficiaries. A case in point is the $460,000 he forfeited in September 1993.”

Why Tinubu will be sworn in on May 29 despite court cases, top Nigerian lawyer explains

The May 29 inauguration ceremony is important not just for the ruling party but also for the people of Nigeria, as it will pave the way for the incoming administration of the president-elect Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

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The petitions filed against the February 25 presidential election victory of Tinubu have continued to top debate in the polity; as some are calling for the postponement of the inauguration, others are maintaining there should be no inauguration until the presidential election petition tribunal delivers its verdict.

Interestingly, the federal government insisted that the swearing-in ceremony of the president-elect will not be shelved, adding that the ongoing litigation will not affect the event.

Court gives verdict on Bola Tinubu's certificate forgery scandal

The certificate forgery filed by the Action Alliance (AA) against the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, has been dismissed by a federal high court in Abuja on Tuesday, December 13.

In a judgment delivered by Justice Obiora Egwuata, the suit filed by the AA was statute-barred as it overlapped the mandatory 14 days that the 1999 constitution (as amended) had made provision for.

According to Egwuata, the suit is now academic and grossly incompetent, adding that the court did not have the jurisdiction to entertain it or grant the relief that the plaintiff sought.


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