JUST IN: Tinubu Ignores GAC Endorsement, Asks Sanwo-olu To Drop Second Term Ambition, Picks Successor
Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the superman of Lagos politics, has advised Governor Babajide Sanwoolu to drop his ambition to run for a second term in office, and this is authoritative.
This new development has made the endorsement of the governor for a second term by the Governance Advisory Council a ruse and confirmed that the council is merely a lobby group without authority.
A very reliable source informed News of the People that Governor Sanwoolu has already been informed by the ‘oracle’ to forget the ambition, while another candidate has been told to obtain a nomination form.
An insider revealed how the governor went flat on the floor to beg the godfather when he was told of the current happenings, but all his pleadings didn’t yield a positive response.
The governor was said to have been told to keep to the agreement of one term as it was never on the table that he (governor) would run for a second term.
Now, the governor has been thrown into confusion on how to inform Lagosians and his loyalists that he would not be running and the supposedly consensus agreement has collapsed.
Meanwhile, News of the People gathered that a preferred candidate who retired as a permanent secretary has been directed to obtain a nomination form from the party secretariat. He is Mustapha Olorunfemi, formerly of the Lagos state ministry of science and technology.
An insider who was privy to the politics at Bourdilon simply said, “Mr. Governor has been told to forget the ambition just as the way he was asked to obtain a nomination form in 2019’ advising that the governor should just carry his cross or make an attempt to fight.
The choice is obviously his, the source concluded.
SOURCE: NEWS OF THE PEOPLE and trixxng.com