Ex UK Lawmaker Vows To Reveal Tinubu’s Alleged Past Crimes, Fani Kayode Kicks
Ex UK Lawmaker Vows To Reveal Tinubu’s Alleged Past Crimes, Fani Kayode Kicks

George Galloway, a former parliamentarian in the United Kingdom, has declared his determination to uncover any alleged previous criminal activities associated with President Bola Tinubu.

Taking to Twitter, the former UK lawmaker directed his criticism towards the President, asserting that he intends to investigate Tinubu’s reported criminal history thoroughly.

Reports indicate that Galloway, who served as a lawmaker in the UK from 1987 to 2015, has criticized both Tinubu and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) for imposing stringent economic sanctions on Niger Republic following a coup last month.

Galloway’s remarks came in response to the sanctions imposed by ECOWAS on the Niger Republic, which included Nigeria’s power supply reduction.

Galloway further noted that if Tinubu hadn’t made threats to invade Niger, he might not have directed his attention toward Tinubu’s past activities.

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He wrote:“Truth is if #Nigerian #Bagman #Tinubu hadn’t threatened to invade #Niger and have #Africans murdering Africans for #France and the #USEmpire he might never have caught my eye – I have many fish to fry.

“But now that he has, and his barking chorus is in full-song I won’t give up.

“I started to look into the past of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Chairman, Tinubu. I didn’t realise that he was a drug dealer in the United States. And the election that brought him to power is still being credibly contested as fraudulent.”

However, in a swift reaction, former aviation minister and a chieftain of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC), Femi Fani-Kayode, knocked the former UK lawmaker for his position.

He told Galloway to look within and to several Western Prime Ministers, Presidents, and leaders like George W. Bush, Tony Blair, Barack Obama, David Cameron, Nicolas Sarkozy, Boris Johnson and so many others “who collectively and over the last 25 years orchestrated proxy wars in so many countries, plundered and stole their national patrimony, mineral resources and treasure all on a false premise and stinking lie.”

Fani-Kayode warned Galloway to stop attacking President Tinubu or prepare for a great deal of turbulence in his “murky, inglorious, meaningless, and thoroughly uninspiring little life.”


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