Naja’atu Mohammed, a former Director in the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council (PCC) says Bola Ahmed Tinubu, presidential candidate of the party, told her that he might get killed if he stepped on toes as he aims to achieve his lifelong ambition of becoming Nigeria’s leader.
NEWSBREAK reports that the Kano politician has not ceased to criticise Tinubu since she dumped him about one week ago.
Speaking with Punch in an interview published on Monday, Mohammed insinuated that the APC candidate for the 2023 election lacks direction.
“I said, “Sir, what have you got for us up north? (during a meeting in London, United Kingdom) What is your blueprint for our situation? He said he didn’t have a blueprint. I said, “Sir, how can you rule without a blueprint? He said the reason is because he would be stepping on too many toes, and they might kill him. I thought that was silly. I said, sir, if you don’t have a blueprint, then how do you rule? By the time you get power, there will be a lot of distractions.
“So, he said, if I have anything that I want to include in his manifesto, I should go ahead,” she said.
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