Former UK lawmaker George Galloway has vowed to expose President Bola Tinubu’s alleged past criminal activities. Galloway, a parliamentarian in the UK from 1987 to 2015, criticized Tinubu’s involvement in imposing economic sanctions on Niger Republic following a recent coup.
Galloway accused Tinubu of threatening to invade Niger, leading to the ECOWAS sanctions, which included Nigeria cutting off power supply. He claimed that Tinubu’s actions had caught his attention and prompted him to investigate the President’s past.
- ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE NIGERIAN BAR ASSOCIATION, MR YAKUBU CHONOKO MAIKYAU, OON, SAN, DELIVERED AT THE VALEDICTORY COURT SESSION HELD IN HONOUR OF THE LATE HONOURABLE JUSTICE CHIMA CENTUS NWEZE, JSC, ON 10 OCTOBER 2023 AT THE SUPREME COURT COMPLEX, ABUJA
In a tweet, Galloway stated: “Truth is if #Nigerian #Bagman #Tinubu hadn’t threatened to invade #Niger and have #Africans murdering Africans for #France and the #USEmpire, he might never have caught my eye – I have many fish to fry.”
He continued: “But now that he has, and his barking chorus is in full song, I won’t give up. I started to look into the past of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Chairman, Tinubu. I didn’t realize he was a drug dealer in the United States. And the election that brought him to power is still being credibly contested as fraudulent.”
Responding to Galloway’s comments, former Nigerian aviation minister and APC chieftain Femi Fani-Kayode criticized Galloway for targeting Tinubu. It called on him to also examine the actions of Western leaders involved in proxy wars and resource exploitation in other countries.
Fani-Kayode pointed out that numerous Western Prime Ministers, Presidents, and leaders had orchestrated proxy wars, looted national resources, and instigated conflicts on false premises over the last 25 years.
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