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What I do when someone betrays me – Tinubu

The All Progressives Congress (APC), presidential flagbearer, Bola Tinubu, has said he doesn’t get angry when people betray him.

Tinubu stated this on Sunday during a town hall meeting in Edo State, while stating that when he faces betrayal he ignores the person.

According to a statement by his media aide, Tunde Rahman, the former Governor of Lagos state also talked about rescuing Edo.

The APC candidate went on to berate the Peoples Democratic Party presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar and urged the people of the state to take their State back from the PDP.

Tinubu said: “We must rescue Edo State. I am ready to work with you. Take lanterns, go from house to house.

“Don’t get angry; anger does not solve problems. Disappointment is an energizer for me. You disappoint me, I work harder. You betray me, I don’t get angry; I ignore you. The reason is because you are not my God and you are not my creator.”

Meanwhile, Bola Tinubu earlier accused former President Olusegun Obasanjo and Atiku Abubakar of looting PTDF during their tenure in office.

Obasanjo and former Vice president, Atiku governed between 1999 and 2007.

Tinubu leveled the accusation against them while addressing APC supporters during a presidential rally in Damaturu, Yobe state.

He said; “Obasanjo and Atiku after sharing the money left by Muhammadu Buhari in PTDF, what did they do? They started buying cars for their girlfriends and they went to the Wuse Market in Abuja and argued about it and fought shame! on them”.

The former Lagos state governor also ridiculed the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party under which the past leaders were elected.

He said; “We mean what we say. We are not like that other party, 16 years of argument and absent-mindedness”.

The APC flagbearer further assured the people that if he is voted into office in February, he will lead the country with sincerity and transparency as well as provide job opportunities for the youth.

Tinubu said; “I promise you hope, sincerity, transparency, jobs for the youths, the revival of agriculture, hope for the hopeless, homes for the homeless”.

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