Tinubu dismisses public query on bullion vans in Lagos residence

The All Progressives Congress (APC) National Leader, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has told those asking questions about the presence of bullion vans at his residence in Bourdillon, Ikoyi, to mind their business, adding that he can keep his money anywhere he wants.

Tinubu said this while fielding questions from journalists on Saturday in Ikeja.

Some pictures had gone viral on social media on Friday showing two bullion vans making their way into Tinubu’s premises.

According to speculations, the vans allegedly contained either ballot papers or huge sums of money.

But the former governor of Lagos State said he was not a government contractor and therefore had the right to spend his money as he pleased.

He said, “What is your issue with bullion vans in my house? I have not done any government business in the last five years. So I didn’t steal government money.

“And the bullion van was not said to contain election materials. So what offence have I committed?

“I decide where to keep it (money) and how to keep it.”


One comment

  1. Tinubu, bullion van and distribution of cash

    This man is clearly above the law. But happily he’s not above God. Tinubu is so obsessed and enamored of his wealth that he thinks he can display and share cash on the eve of an important national election, and ask Nigerians “what’s wrong with it?”

    The next level for Tinubu is to commission a tailor and a carpenter to design and produce his final dress and resting place in Naira currency if that would satisfy him. I’ve never seen such a greedy living thing all my life. I loathe his acquisitive attitude. God forbid!

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