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Fayose amazing defence of Tinubu will surprise you (VIDEO)

Former Governor of Ekiti Stare, Peter Ayodele Fayose is a known critic of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) but in this short video, Fayose was seen defending the National Leader of APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, a fellow Yorubaman.

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Fayose started his comments by castigating traitors whom Tinubu lifted up but now planning his downfall at all costs.

Fayose said, 

“Am not defending, am saying the obvious. I am making it clear that if you trace our history our leaders have always been given away by men they brought up by traitors within their camps.

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“If somebody gives you a platform you never expected in life and the only option you can use is chain that person for you to rise, that can never work.”

“Former governor of Lagos State and a prominent figure, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is major figure in Yoruba nation, call it any name you need to call it and it would be foolhardy for anyone denying this fact.”

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“I want to say expressly, if anything happens to Tinubu we are reasonably consumed. If things are happening to men like that ordinary men must have been consumed….”


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