Northern coalition tackles Tinubu, accused him of working for personal interests

A coalition of northern groups has alleged that former Lagos state governor Bola

Ahmed Tinubu was continuously working against Nigeria’s unity for his own interests –

CNG raised questions on instances of such alleged anti-unity moves by Tinubu for him

to answer – The group claimed that Tinubu worked seriously against the Igbos, blocking

their appointments in Buhari’s government among other things – It also accused Tinubu

of allegedly insisting on ex-Lagos governor Akinwunmi Ambode’s removal from office

despite pleas from President Buhari The Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG) has accused

national leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) Bola Ahmed Tinubu of political

double-speak on matters concerning the unity of Nigeria. Vanguard reports that the group

which was reacting to an article by Tinubu on Monday, August 11, 2019 with the title

“Let’s work for growth, not separation”, said the actions of the former Lagos state governor

differed from his utterances.

– Ex-police chief says The CNG accused Tinubu of serially working against the appointment

of Igbo politicians into strategic positions despite backing from the north. A statement by

CNG spokesman, Abdulazeez Suleiman, said: “The comments by Tinubu only succeeded in

further exposing his hypocrisy and obsession with double standards with regard to his role

in causing the present high political polarization in Nigeria and the deterioration of trust

in the current administration.” PAY ATTENTION: NAIJ.com upgrades to Legit.ng: a letter from

our Editor-in-Chief Bayo Olupohunda It added:“While we do not envy the Asiwaju his

privilege to believe he can push his ambition for the presidency at all cost, we nevertheless

find it ridiculous that he still thinks he can can get away with this latest rap on national growth

after having stood against it for quite long.” “Tinubu’s concern for national growth was

certainly missing at the inception of this administration when he vehemently stood

against the formation of an inclusive government against the advice of the leadership

of the Northern Elders Forum for Buhari to appoint an Igbo as Secretary to the federal government.”

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