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When I Heard That Tinubu Was Asking If I Am Still Alive, I Had To Cry Out – Former Deputy Governor of Lagos State Ojikutu



Former Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Alhaja Sinatu Ojikutu, has vowed that she would renounce Nigerian citizenship if the President-elect, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, is sworn in as President on May 29th. She said that she has already instructed her lawyers to start working on how she would renounce her Nigerian citizenship if Tinubu is sworn in. She said this while addressing journalists in Lagos on Wednesday. Continue Reading>>

In the report which was made by Sahara Reporters, she said that she had to cry out when she heard that Tinubu was asking if she’s still alive. She said that if anything happens to her, Tinubu and his cohorts should be held responsible.

She said that when she “heard Tinubu was asking if I am still alive, I had to cry out. I will also say that if anything happens to me, he should be held responsible.” Continue Reading>>

Speaking further, she added – “I said it in one of my posts and I am saying it again that if anything happens to me, Bola Tinubu and his cohorts will be held responsible.”

Alhaja Ojikutu was the first female deputy governor of Lagos State, and served as a deputy to Michael Otedola between 1992 and 1993. Continue Reading>>

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