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Businessman refuses to stand as guarantor for applicant because he voted Tinubu

A Nigerian entrepreneur has revealed that he made a U-turn about offering assistance to someone who approached him because he’s an APC supporter.

The man known as Jack said the person wanted to start a Bolt business, so he wanted someone to stand as a guarantor for him while he obtains the vehicle.

He initially agreed to use his company as a guarantee, but later changed his mind after finding out the guy supports the All Progressives Congress and voted for President Bola Tinubu.

Jack, who shared this on Twitter, revealed that he saw the applicant wearing a signature Asiwaju cap and that did not sit well with him.

He wrote; “So one guy knew when I had a bet shop a few years ago came to me to ask that I help him secure a vehicle (he want to use for bolt) and I accepted to guarantee him using my company

This evening I saw the guy with Asiwaju capπŸ˜‚ Apparently he voted for the…and wants me.. …Jack to guarantee him? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

I have not stopped laughing because he will soon come for me to sign the papers πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I won’t talk! The kind review I will give him eheeee even the person that want to give him the car will lock him up. Nonsense”

Meanwhile, an Area Court sitting in Jos, Plateau State has sentenced a 31-year-old man, Sani Ukasha, to jail for failing to produce an accused person he stood for surety.

The defendant had earlier been arraigned in court for allegedly stealing seasoning cubes, but he was granted bail.

However, during the continued hearing on Thursday, he was nowhere to be found and the police prosecutor, Inspector Gokwat Ibrahim informed the court that the surety failed to produce the accused person in contravention of the State Penal Code.

Ukasha pleaded guilty to the charge and begged for leniency.

In his ruling, Justice Shawomi Bokkos, sentenced the surety to three months imprisonment with an option of N10,000 fine.