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You may die before Tinubu – Popular Activist tells those wishing president elect dead

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Bola Ahmed Tinubu
Bola Ahmed Tinubu
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Deji Adeyanju, a social commentator, has issued a statement to individuals who are hoping for the demise of Bola Tinubu, cautioning them that they may pass away before him.

 

Upon the president-elect’s return to Nigeria on Monday, Adeyanju addressed those who speculated that the former Lagos State governor was abroad seeking medical treatment.

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Adeyanju has urged the opposition to refrain from repeating the same mistakes made during President Muhammadu Buhari’s eight-year tenure. He has called on them to take action and begin preparing for the upcoming election.

 

The President-elect, Tinubu, has returned to Nigeria. What is the current status of those who have expressed opposition and wished harm upon him? In a recent series of tweets, the individual advised the public to reflect on the past eight years and learn from any mistakes made in regards to Buhari. They also suggested that preparations for the year 2027 should begin.

 

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According to him, “Individuals who desire the demise of Tinubu may meet their own demise before him.” Life is a journey full of unexpected twists and turns that can often humble us.

 

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As President Buhari approaches the end of his second term, his tenure serves as a cautionary tale against the dangers of extreme political ideologies.

Deji Adeyanju
Deji Adeyanju

 

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According to the individual, the matter at hand is solely related to politics and does not extend beyond that realm. According to the speaker, the issue at hand pertains to ideology rather than hatred.

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