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Tuesday, January 3, 2023

VIDEO: Clip shows moment Bola Ahmed Tinubu licked microphone with his tongue after being asked to test it during APC convention

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Clip shows moment Bola Ahmed Tinubu licked microphone with his tongue after being asked to test it during APC convention.

An Obidient wrote: "That video where they asked Tinubu to test the mic and he licked it. These are things that you'd argue never happened if there was no video evidence."

The presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has urged Nigerians to live together, adding that no one has the right to lord over others.

The former governor of Lagos State also urged Nigerians, regardless of political affiliation, to join hands against violence, hunger, ignorance and bigotry.

Tinubu said this at a town hall meeting in Kano where he assured Muslim leaders that if elected as president in 2023, his government will offer fair and just leadership to all Nigerians.

This was disclosed in a statement signed by Tunde Rahman, for the Tinubu Media Office, on Tuesday. Tinubu was quoted as saying, “Religious leaders like you are agents of harmony and hope, not division and disunity. All well-meaning Nigerians, regardless of political affiliation, must join hands against violence, hunger, ignorance and bigotry.

“We all must live together. No one has the right to try to lord over the other. Allah stands against such injustice. And where Allah stands, all bad things must fall.

“Mean-spirited politicians, those thinking only of themselves or those who think they mean more than the nation itself, will go to great lengths to deceive or recruit eminent persons to unknowingly preach division and hatred.

Speaking further, Tinubu assured the Muslim leaders that he would carry on with the spirit of togetherness and oneness displayed in his campaigns.

The former governor then pledged to conduct himself in public office on the values and ideals of fairness and justice, adding that he would always speak about facts and truths, policies and programs.

He said, “I promise to be a fair and just leader. This pledge is based on the Islamic teachings on leadership. A leader in a plural society is enjoined to be a leader for all. If elected, I shall govern in harmony with our nation’s democratic Constitution.

“More than that. I shall tackle this nation’s problems with a commitment to solving them. I say this not as a boast. I say it based on my record. As Lagos governor, I assembled perhaps the most diverse team in any state government.

“That team was based on competence, not tribal this or regional that. It was not based on the attire one wore or the accent one spoke with, but on the quality of one’s ideas and contributions to society.

“If given the chance by Almighty Allah, I will operate in the same spirit of inclusiveness and innovation in order to renew the hope of our people. My highest priorities shall be the protection of our land and prosperity of its people.”

Tinubu declared that his vision is that of collaboration, continuity and consistency for the development of Nigeria.

“You represent the spiritual and ethical values of our country and without your guidance, we would not be on the right path. Hence we must rededicate ourselves to work harder for the progress and development of our country. We need to be fair and just.

“We must live together as one. It is those who do not mean well for Nigeria that preach division. Nigeria started with a National Anthem ‘though tribes and tongue may differ in brotherhood we stand’. They will not succeed and you as religious scholars must resist it.

Calling on religious leaders at a town hall meeting of Muslim leaders from Northwest in Kano on Tuesday, Tinubu stated that Nigeria started on “Though Tribes And Tongues May Differ, In Brotherhood We Stand” in its former National Anthem and that should continue as a nation.

He explained that it is those who don’t mean well for Nigeria that has changed this reality into what is obtained today while promising to carry everyone along based on his ideas that are beneficial to the country and not based on tribe or religion.

In his address earlier, the Northern Coordinator APC Presidential Campaign and Jigawa state governor, Muhammad Badaru Abubakar dismissed allegations of a Yoruba dominated government when Tinubu is elected. He stated that there is no caucus meeting that does not include the Kano state governor Abdullahi Ganduje and Nuhu Ribadu, both of who will not betray the north.

He also added that Tinubu is healthy and mentally alert and will not let Nigeria down.

Governor Abdullahi Ganduje, the host of the event, on his part stated that Muslim-Muslim ticket is not new in Nigeria as the country has witnessed it during the MKO Abiola election who picked Babagana Kingibe as his running mate and won the election but was cancelled by the military regime.

“This is going to be repeated with Tinubu and Shettima in the coming election which they will win and as a democracy, it will not be cancelled” Ganduje declared.


The presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has urged Nigerians to live together, adding that no one has the right to lord over others.

The former governor of Lagos State also urged Nigerians, regardless of political affiliation, to join hands against violence, hunger, ignorance and bigotry.

Tinubu said this at a town hall meeting in Kano where he assured Muslim leaders that if elected as president in 2023, his government will offer fair and just leadership to all Nigerians.

This was disclosed in a statement signed by Tunde Rahman, for the Tinubu Media Office, on Tuesday.

Tinubu was quoted as saying, “Religious leaders like you are agents of harmony and hope, not division and disunity. All well-meaning Nigerians, regardless of political affiliation, must join hands against violence, hunger, ignorance and bigotry.

“We all must live together. No one has the right to try to lord over the other. Allah stands against such injustice. And where Allah stands, all bad things must fall.

“Mean-spirited politicians, those thinking only of themselves or those who think they mean more than the nation itself, will go to great lengths to deceive or recruit eminent persons to unknowingly preach division and hatred.

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