2019: Tinubu Give Ambode 3 Stringent Conditions To drop Sanwo-Olu As Buhari Efforts Failed ...Top Secret Why He May Not Even Contest In PDP Or Any Other Party - News Proof

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2019: Tinubu Give Ambode 3 Stringent Conditions To drop Sanwo-Olu As Buhari Efforts Failed ...Top Secret Why He May Not Even Contest In PDP Or Any Other Party

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SOME close associates of the national leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu have reportedly have tabled three stringent conditions before the embattled governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, which he must meet before they could consider shifting ground on his re-election bid, News Proof has learned reliably

Although Tinubu is said to have repeatedly denied having any issues with the governor seeking re-election, his associates are believed to be speaking his mind

Chief of the conditions placed before Ambode according to Nigerian Tribune, is an undated resignation letter the governor must sign and release to the opposition elements and elders within the party which would be used to get rid of him if “he starts misbehaving again.”

To further weaken him, allegedly, he is to hands-off the nomination process of all the candidates of the party for the House of Assembly, a condition which would make his impeachment easy if he tried to repudiate the agreement and reject the undated resignation letter as being signed under duress.

With the thinking on the other side that a re-elected Ambode may move against the political interests of those resisting him now, another condition being allegedly put forward is that the governor must seek Tinubu’s consent and approval before major policy decisions are taken, and funding for major projects must also go along that line.

“Who does this? Why are they trying to disrespect this man (Ambode)? Is the governor a good leader? I tell you, he isn’t. I have told you some of the things he did personally to me. But he should be allowed to complete his eight years so as not to set a bad precedent. At least, nobody has accused him of not delivering on projects. I agree he has not done well with party leaders and members. The governor himself is surprised I could be sympathetic to his cause.

“All I ask is that we don’t set a bad precedent because you don’t know who will be caught in it tomorrow. It is Akin (Ambode) today. It can be anybody tomorrow. How can you think of making a full-grown man a lame duck for four years? Isn’t that wickedness?” the source lamented.

“As things stand now, if he [Ambode] goes ahead for the primary, he will lose. And if he goes to another party to contest the coming election, his impeachment will be activated. That is the stage everything is now,” the very reliable source told Saturday Tribune.

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