How Tinubu fought me with charms when I was his Deputy – Kofo Bucknor
Tinubu fought me with charms when I was his Deputy – former Lagos Deputy Governor, Kofo Bucknor
Senator Bucknor-Akerele served as Tinubu’s deputy from May 1999 to November 2003. But recently, the two politicians have not been on the same page.
He exhibits various behaviours. In actuality, he fought me using all of his charms.
“My mother called and reminded me that she is getting older and that I am her only child. In a recent Yoruba interview with Alaroye, Bucknor said, “She asked me to resign.
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Tinubu and Bucknor-Akerele were both NADECO members.
Members of NADECO, a group that supported democracy, demonstrated against General Sani Abacha’s military regime over the annulment of the June 12, 1993 election that Moshood Kashimawo Olawale (MKO) Abiola won.
Bucknor-Akerele was persuaded to serve as Tinubu’s deputy by Afenifere leaders in 1999, when democracy was restored in Nigeria.
Things broke down, however, when Bucknor-Akerele claimed that Tinubu was trying to take control of the Alliance for Democracy (AD), adding, “I feel that I could not follow him in that scheme.”
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