There's No truth in the Allegation placed on Me By Nigerian - Tinubu






The streets in Abuja has being taken over by Nigeria youths to protest over two bullion vans spotted at Bola Tinubu residence in Ikoyi, Lagos state.

An image of two bullion vans heading into Tinubu’s Bourdillon residence surfaced online prior to the 2019 general elections.

Tinubu, who is the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Nigeria’s ruling party, had said he was neither a government contractor nor a worker with any government parastatal.

And that there was no truth in the allegation that he had bullion vans in his house distributing money.

“They should prove it. I am on my own and committed to my party. Even if I have the money to spend in my premises, what is anybody’s headache since I don’t run the government.

I can spend my money as I like and if I want; if it pleases me I can give it to the people free of charge as long as it is not meant to buy votes.

“I want to ask, who are those watching my house to see what I am doing? They must be mischievous, they are liars,” he was quoted as said.





However, a year and some months after the incident, Nigerians have taken to the street to protest, demanding the arrest of the APC National Leader.

The protesters can be seen with different Banners and Papers with inscriptions: “Corruption, we demand Tinubu Bullion Van Investigated”, “Anti-corruption, when will Tinubu bullion van be investigated?”

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