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Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by Omihanifa: 6:01pm On Apr 03
My heart is heavy but heaven is one Star brighter.

Those were the exact words of Dr. Josephine Obiajulu Okei-Odumakin while mourning the loss of Sadiq Daba, the Nigerian thespian who died in March. Okei-Odumakin was one of the persons who rallied round Daba when he was struck with cancer four years before his death.

Less than a month after expressing grief over the demise of Daba, death came close home as Yinka, her husband, drew his last breath at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja, on Saturday morning.

The comrade fighter and activist reportedly passed on after battling coronavirus. Yes Odumakin has crossed to the great beyond but his memory lives on. One thing he was known for in his lifetime was courage. He spoke the truth and damned the consequences.

JUNE 12 HERO WHO FOUGHT FOR A BETTER NIGERIA

Odumakin was one of the influential figures who championed the emancipation of democracy. His love for a Nigeria where justice, equity and unity hold sway knew no bound. This, unarguably, was the driving force behind his numerous struggles for the country. The human right activist was an integral part of the National Democratic Coalition (NADECO) that fought the regime of General Sani Abacha after the annulment of the June 12, 1993 election. He was also among the voices that led campaign for the recognition of June 12 as Nigeria’s Democracy Day in honour of Chief MKO Abiola, self-acclaimed winner of the June 12 election.

In an interview with The Guardian, Odumakin spoke about how he felt with the move of President Muhammadu Buhari to recognise June 12 as Democracy Day.

“June 12 was also about ethnic and religious harmony; it was a day that all Nigerians spoke across the country irrespective of tribe or religion. In fact, in predominant Christian areas, they voted for a Muslim-Muslim ticket. Is that what we have today in Nigeria? The president is taking Nigeria to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). The spirit of June 12 is about the integration of Nigeria. Today, Nigeria is much more divided than we were before 2014.

“Unless we go back to these ideals and virtues, we would just be mocking Abiola by marking June 12 as Democracy Day. What demands should Nigerians make from the government if, as you noted, all that is going on now is in negation of what Abiola stood for? We need a critical mass across Nigeria to use June 12 to make poignant demands from this government. Across the states of Southwest and Southeast, you cannot travel safely. All these cannot be happening without anybody calling them to order, and you say you are celebrating June 12.”

BUHARI’S EX-SPOKESMAN TURNED CRITIC

Odumakin served in various leadership capacities before his death. The activist was the spokesman of the Apex Yoruba group, Afenifere. For over two decades, he coordinated the publicity and public relations activities of the group. He was also one of the spokespersons of the Southern and Middle Belt Leaders’ Forum (SMBLF), the body representing ethnic nationalities in the South-West, South-South, South-East and the Middle Belt. Using these platforms, Odumakin spoke startling truth to power and engaged in constructive criticisms of political leaders.

A clear evidence of his unwavering passion for truth could be seen in how he became one of Buhari’s harshest critics, despite previously serving as his spokesman. On numerous occasions, Odumakin called out Buhari over his handling of the herder-farmer crisis, corruption, insecurity among others.

In 2018, Odumakin told Buhari that things had worsened under his watch. He had said: “We had thought that if he comes to power, things would improve. But in the last three and a half years, not one thing has been done to improve our electoral process. In fact, things have gotten worse.”

The activist also defended Afenifere’s criticisms of the Buhari-led government in 2019, while dismissing claims that the group was opposed to his leadership. He had said: “When they do good things, we say it. We are not mad people who will see (a) good thing and say it’s bad but we are also not sycophants who will see (a) bad thing and say it’s good.”

While assessing Buhari’s efforts to tackle insecurity in the country, he had said: “I will rate them (the Buhari administration) three over 10 based on the state of insecurity, the whole country is ungovernable. We must face the brick; we must have a country. We are losing the country at the moment.”

DID NOT SPARE TINUBU

If Odumakin chastised Buhari, what he did to Tinubu was far much more. Call him a demi-god in the South-West and you may not be wrong; the Jagaban Borgu, Asiwaju of Yorubaland, is a revered entity in the region as the high and mighty cower to him but not Odumakin.

Both men were allies in the days of NADECO and he played a significant role in the emergence of Tinubu as the gubernatorial candidate of the Alliance for Democracy for the 2007 election. But after they fell out, Odumakin never looked back. He pummeled, knocked, blasted and literarily tore Tinubu into shreds.

In a letter he wrote to Tinubu in 2019, he said: “Was it that you didn’t have money when I told you in December 2006 that it was over between us politically? Have I ever looked in your direction ever? There are men who may not be able to give N10,000 to a cause but if they say they want to see me at 8am I would be there at 7am. Can you summon me with all your bullion vans?”


TEN BOMBS OF TRUTH FOR EVERY LIE

“For every dart of lie you guys throw in my direction, I will return 10 bombs of truth,” Odumakin told Tinubu.

Continuing, he said: “I am Yinka Odumakin and nobody can say he had known me under any identity in my life. I have led a straight life unlike you that people know under different identities depending on where they met you in your about 80 years on earth .Yes, 80! Those of us who are knowledgeable about you cant buy your 66 claim for so many reasons. The current governor of Osun is the son of your immediate senior sister from Iragbiji and he is 63 while you are claiming 66. Your first wife died in Lagos recently unannounced at 74.

“When the son she had for you died many moths earlier his age had to be doctored to fit into the lie that you live. And there is a photograph of yours at the palace of Soun Ogbomoso in 1974 when the current monarch was installed with a bottle of beer and packet of cigarette in your front. You mean you were 20 when you were drinking and smoking in a palace?

“There is no school I have attended in my life that my classmates would not come out in droves to say “yeah, we were there together!”. At your end St John Primary School, Aroloya you claimed may be created by your new governor in Lagos. The old boys of Government College, Ibadan, were planning a reception for you when someone asked which set you belonged to. There has been no answer to that till date and the reception was cancelled. The tales by moonlight on Chicago State University and University of Chicago are all over the place.”

ACCUSED TINUBU OF WORKING FOR ABACHA

“I have lived my political life on the basis of the fact that an adversary today can be an ally tomorrow and vice versa. I am not beholden to any person outside the core beliefs we share. One of the men I had an open disagreement with was President Obasanjo and when we reconciled it was an open thing. That differentiates me from you who walk both sides of the streets simultaneously. You were with NADECO and also in bed with Abacha through whom you forged friendship with the Chagourys who are your business partners till date.

“The political buffoons around you would hold you out as an anti-third term person today but you know what happened between us on May 2, 2006. We had a meeting at Airport Hotel in Lagos where you were dictating the communique against third term unknown to participants you were at a meeting till wee hours of that morning to work third term in another way.

I was reading the communique to the press when you called me. I gave the phone to the late Rev Tunji Adebiyi but you told him you wanted to speak with me. We didn’t get to talk till late in the night. I had with me in the car as you spoke with me from VGC to Ikeja then President of Egbe Omo Yoruba in North America, Mr Odusanya. Let me quote you verbatim :

“I hope you have not released that communique. We need to manage this third term carefully. Obasanjo is a blind cat. If he causes problem now and they kill one Yoruba graduate in Kano and we kill 200 people selling onions in mile 12 it is not equal. I am therefore proposing that we have a win-win situation. Instead of outright third term we can have the confab recommendation of one six-year tenure starting with the incumbent having 2 extra years and so with we the governors. We can use the two years to empower people like you and handover to one of you. I have asked General Alani Akinrinade to come and I am going to meet Prof Soyinka to discuss it. I want you to think about it”

“I told you as a matter of fact that the proposition was unreasonable and there was nothing for me to think about as I would prefer outright third term where we would have elections to automatic two years extension. But my eyes were opened to how unreliable you are that night. Here was a man dictating communique against third term in the morning having this conversation with me at night.”

AMBODE RAN ERRANDS FOR TINUBU

In a column entitled, ‘The Portrait of The Tiger Ambode Rode’, the deceased narrated how Tinubu publicly humiliated former Lagos Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode. Since the return of democracy to Nigeria in 1999, Ambode is the only Lagos governor who has served one term in office. Odumakin said the fate which befell Ambode awaits incumbent Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

“I have met Ambode only on three occasions and all in the presence of Tinubu and the indignities he went through all made me pray to God not to be that type of governor in my life,” he had written.

“My first encounter with Akinwumi Ambode was at the Ikeja home of late General Adeyinka Adebayo the day after his transition. I was exchanging pleasantries with Otunba Niyi Adebayo when he walked in. As the governor offered his hand to greet me, a convoy screeched to a halt outside. To my consternation, the governor dropped my hand and “pick am for race” muttering “Asiwaju is here” and ran out like a kid whose father just arrived after a long absence from home.

“The second meeting with him was at the Bourdillon home of the tiger; the day I joined Chief Reuben Fasoranti, the Leader of Afenifere, late Sir Olaniwun Ajayi, Chief Ayo Adebanjo to visit Tinubu. Unknown to many of us then , Sir Olaniwun Ajayi was already in the departure lounge and was trying to fix the fixable before boarding and suggested at an Afenifere meeting that there should be a meeting with Tinubu to bring some harmony to Yoruba political establishment.

“Tinubu had Ambode, Alake and Prof. Bayo Williams on his side for the meeting making eight of us in the room. As the meeting proceeded Tinubu, looked in Amode”s direction and said “Iwo,lo ba mi so fun Kabiyesi ki won mu suru”(You, go and tell Kabiyesi to exercise patience). Amode got up and went to meet Olubadan in the sitting room like a schoolboy dispatched on an errand by his teacher. I couldn’t hide my disgust at such situation and a frown descended on my face .Tinubu must have noticed my look , he said: “If Kabiyesi saw that I sent a governor, the message will look serious” by way of an explanation.

“The third encounter with the Governor was at the Church service for the late Dr. Alex Ekwueme in Anambra State. Ambode sat next to Tinubu in the church as the latter was being interviewed by a TV reporter. As I passed by where they sat, he beckoned to greet and said “thank you” to me and looking over his shoulders as if Tinubu would give him a knock on the head if he saw him greeting me

TINUBU’S CAMP FOUGHT BACK

Known for not backing down easily, Tinubu has responded to Odumakin’s wild allegations on a few occasions. Once when Odumakin tackled the APC leader whom he accused of attempting to supporting the north while endangering the lives of the Yoruba people, Tinubu’s media team had said: “The only deserving response to Yinka Odumakin is that he needs a cure for his seeming selective comprehension. Asiwaju Tinubu did not mention South West in particular and what he said had a context to it: ‘Unoccupied, isolated land can quickly be turned into grazing areas in the affected states.’

“It is not only some states in the South West that are affected but several states across the country. Why Odumakin suddenly gets hot under the collar may not be far-fetched. The usual frenzy and self-righteous mentality he portrays is on full display. Perhaps next time he should read through the whole submission and caution himself from self-righteousness and displaying in full glare anarchical emotions. And if Odumakin’s delusion still allows him to read, perhaps a read though of the full chunk of what was said by Tinubu at the summit will educate him better.”

THE TIRELESS ACTIVIST WHO FOUND LOVE IN PRISON

Odumakin found his partner in the course of fighting power-drunk military rulers in the country. For a man who takes pride in challenging the status quo and fighting deeply-ingrained ills in the society, it did not come as a surprise that he went for Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin, an activist, as wife.

The pair met each other while they were detained for staging protests against perceived ills in the society under the regime of Abacha. They eventually tied the knot on November 4, 1997 and together they fought for good governance and justice before he breathed his last.

In a 2016 in interview, Odumakin narrated how he met his wife in prison and how her sheer bravely attracted her to him.

He said: “We met in the heady days of the most brutal dictatorship in the history of Nigeria; the repressive government of the late General Sani Abacha. We met at a detention facility in Alagbon where she was transferred from Ilorin, Kwara State, after her detention over some pro-democracy campaigns.

“I had read the name in the newspapers before then but I thought the person was a man. Two persons and I were picked alongside Chief Gani Fawehinmi at a rally in Lagos and taken to the same facility. When we saw her there, chief stopped and greeted her and asked if I knew her. I said no. He then introduced us and I told him that I thought she was a man. That was our first contact and we thereafter became comrades and later friends. The rest as they say is history.
“I was first attracted by her guts. I was swept off my feet that a woman could be that bold in a season where a lot of men were lily-livered.”

THE ONLY COUPLE AT CONFAB

In 2014, the government of ex-President Goodluck Jonathan organised a national conference to, among other things, proffer solutions to the problems of the country. Joe and Yinka Odumakin were the only married couple among the 492-member Conference which held in Abuja. This had set tongues wagging as each of the participant got an allowance of N2.9 million per month.

In an interview with Premium Times, Joe defended the presence of being there along with her husband.

“Even if we were not husband and wife, probably he would have been here and I would have been here because we have different causes to pursue. I am the President of Campaign for Democracy and the President of Women Arise. I came on a different platform of Civil Society and they put me under South-South. He is the spokesperson of Afenifere and he represents the socio-cultural organisation from the South-West. He is there, I’m here. I have my own constituency and I have my own platform. Sometimes, at the National Conference proceedings, I don’t see him. So I am just here to face my business to ensure success for the constituency that brought me here. We met in the trenches and we have continued like that.”

ODUMAKIN WAS A PROPONENT OF
RESTRUCTURING

For Odumakin, restructuring remains the quick-fix to the country’s challenges and sustainability. In a 2019 interview, the human rights activist alleged those opposed to restructuring are people currently benefitting from the extant arrangement in the country which favours few against the majority.

He had said: “The only thing that can save us is to allow the federating units to have autonomy and control over their affairs and resources. That is the only way you can buy Nigeria a new lease of life, otherwise Nigeria is on its way out. It is because their (those opposed to restructuring) understanding is short. What we are doing is not sustainable. Where is the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia today? Do you know how many countries have disappeared from the world map in recent years because they refused to accept the need for reforms? Do they think what they are doing now would continue forever and people would continue to watch them and accept? Restructuring is the cheapest option to allow us to co-exist peacefully. Let’s begin to look at our development across board and bring out our resources from every part of the country for national integration and development.”

Odumakin also opposed move to arrest self-acclaimed Yoruba youth leader, Sunday Igboho, after he issued a quit notice to the Fulani herders in Ibarapa Oyo State and subsequently ejected the Sarkin Fulani in Igangan.

The activist had questioned that the rationale for attempting to arrest Igboho when the federal government cannot address the insecurity situation in the country. He had also accused Buhari of pampering bandits wile hounding those demanding solution to the worsening situation of things.

Odumakin attended St Augustine Primary School, Ondo, CAC Grammar School, Edunabon, Osun State and Oduduwa College, Ile -Ife, still in Osun, before proceeding to Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile -Ife and University of Ghana.

Odumakin’s death obviously marks the end of an illustrious era.

https://dailytrust.com/obituary-odumakin-buharis-former-spokesman-who-made-life-a-living-hell-for-bola-tinubu

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by Soolmus: 6:06pm On Apr 03
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Obsession with Tinubu is becoming something else

Can't you mourn the dead genuinely in peace

Tinubu and Odumakin both fought hard for this democracy, their friendship might have suffered bad fate but let's respect Yinka Odumakin's legacy and not turn his death to mere Politics



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I plan for betrayal, backstabbing, I also plan for reunion and forgiveness long before they happen. In life, I expect anything, I expect everything.
~Tinubu
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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by yanabasee1(m): 6:09pm On Apr 03
If he's still holding on to grudges...He's no fit for a president.....


That's how this dullard held grudges against Dansuki and had to jail him for almost 6yrs......

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by Gandollaar(f): 6:28pm On Apr 03
He didn't deserve to die... Tinubu why??

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by gasparpisciotta: 6:43pm On Apr 03
He came, he saw, but covid 19 conquered him.

RIP
Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by Righteousness2(m): 6:54pm On Apr 03
I really admired this man way back. He Said things without Fear for anyone.
Once he felt you are off, he tells you Straight to your Face irrespective of whether you are Happy or Not!

That's my kind of Man..

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by wwwihy: 6:57pm On Apr 03
All these Wailers cementing Tinubu popularity and Political Capital day by day

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by wwwihy: 6:58pm On Apr 03
Soolmus:
lipsrsealed



Obsession with Tinubu is becoming something else

Can't you mourn the dead genuinely in peace


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Tinubu lives rent free in their faculties

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by bobowaja(m): 7:16pm On Apr 03
5 Tinubu threads per day.
2-3 Tinubu related threads per day.

That is the doctor's prescription for ipob goons cheesy

They sha must link him to everything in this country, thereby giving him unsolicited media presence (popularity).

The papers and blogs as well have now started using Tinubu as keyword for their SEO strategy.

And the man is not paying a dime for all these publicity. Indeed, enemies can be working as a friend cheesy

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by KingOKON: 7:26pm On Apr 03
A man of courage integrity and truth.
Tinubu lacks all of these

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by KingOKON: 7:38pm On Apr 03
Soolmus:
lipsrsealed



Obsession with Tinubu is becoming something else

Can't you mourn the dead genuinely in peace


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Constant reminder of who the man Tinubu is, gives people the reason to know how a dangerous man he is

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by Yongcasher1: 7:58pm On Apr 03
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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by Boye33: 7:59pm On Apr 03
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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by janedonez(m): 7:59pm On Apr 03
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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by Omoboricash(m): 8:00pm On Apr 03
Soolmus:
lipsrsealed



Obsession with Tinubu is becoming something else

Can't you mourn the dead genuinely in peace


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TINUBU SAVED YINKA ODUMAKIN's LIFE – Ayo Opadokun
Posted on March 21, 2019 by Top Celebrities Magazine 108 views

Elder statesman and Afenifere chieftain, Chief Ayo Opadokun has revealed how Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu saved Yinka Odumakin’s life…

“When I say he is an ingrate, I must substantiate it. People like me don’t just speak without facts. When he started coming to me, one day he came with his left hand very heavy. And he told me that he and his wife bought a land somewhere and they went there for inspection. It was after visiting the land that his hand started swelling up.”

“He said he had visited surgeons both in UCH and in UNILAG, but they were yet to give him a date when the hand will be operated upon. Meanwhile, somebody introduced a magnetherapist to Odumakin in Ijebu- Ode. So, he went there and had to be in that place for about three months. I will still go there to visit him and give him money.”

“Somehow, he returned from that place, but the hand did not heal up. He came to my house. About two hours after he came, that arm broke apart, blood was gushing out in large quantity. The blood that came out of Odumakin that day was more than a gallon. My steward Segun was there and he is still with me today to corroborate my claim. If not for Segun’s courage that night, it was going to be difficult for me in that house. The bloodstain was just so much.”

“Even Odumakin himself had been totally soaked in his own blood. With God’s help, we managed to contain the situation that day because with the amount of blood he lost, what would I have said if he had died at my place?”

“A week after, his wife Joe Okei-Odumakin called me that that hand had started issuing out odour and that it was becoming problematic in their home. She also told me that the magnetherapist in Ijebu-Ode had recommended that if they could visit India, perhaps the unorthodox practitioners might be able to do something about it.”

“Then I was still in Obanikoro and there was no mobile telephone like we have now. I had to send this gentleman here, Comrade Popoola Ajayi to go to Odumakin’s place and give him a letter because immediately after my discussion with the wife, I called then Governor of Lagos, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and discussed the whole issue with him. He then told me that if that was what I wanted to take care of Odumakin’s hand, I should ask him to write a letter to that effect in request. So, Popoola took the letter to his house.”

“Now, the wife wrote the request letter and went to the governor’s office but they won’t allow her to see the governor. So, when she called me from the governor’s office, I had to talk to the ADC that I have already spoken to Tinubu over the matter, so she should be allowed in. And that was exactly what they did. You can also confirm from the wife if I lied on this.”

“Immediately, she came in, Governor Tinubu invited his Commissioner for Health and his Commissioner for Finance to go and do whatever they had to do in order to get both Odumakin and his wife visa and other necessary things needed for them to visit India.”

“I was told by the magnetherapist that they will nothing less than N2million for the whole treatment. And that was exactly what Governor Tinubu did and Odumakin travelled a week thereafter. He was the one who told me his experience in India that out of the five doctors, it was only one that said let them open the hand first.”

“The other doctors were asking the wife to sign that they will need to amputate the hand. But one of them insisted that they should first of all open the hand, perhaps maybe not all the two bones had been affected.”

“Fortunately for him, only one of the bones had been affected and the surgery was successfully carried out and the hand was not amputated. That is why till today, he cannot stretch the hand. But what do we see today? There are no evil things Odumakin cannot say about Tinubu and Opadokun. Let his conscience be the judge as he is reading this. Do we deserve such from such a man? That is to show how ungrateful and mercenary that young man is.”

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by Duplexxx: 8:00pm On Apr 03
End time for Nigeria politicians
Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by LegendHero(m): 8:01pm On Apr 03
This is rubbish journalism.

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by Yongcasher1: 8:03pm On Apr 03
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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by Soolmus: 8:04pm On Apr 03
KingOKON:
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Constant reminder of who the man Tinubu is, gives people the reason to know how a dangerous man he is


Nothing portrays Tinubu as dangerous in the above article

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by bobowaja(m): 8:06pm On Apr 03
Rest in peace odumakin. Yoruba don't fight the dead, Tinubu will forgive you.

Rest on.

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by Ykc2(m): 8:06pm On Apr 03
So the wife is igbo again ? angry

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by Bettykeys: 8:06pm On Apr 03
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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by EbenezerTriumph: 8:07pm On Apr 03
killed by a non-existent virus

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by duality(m): 8:08pm On Apr 03
There is a conspiracy among our media, to make everything about Tinubu.

When you see things like this happening, there's a manipulation going on and it's most times not a righteous course.

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by bobowaja(m): 8:08pm On Apr 03
Ykc2:
So the wife is igbo again ? angry
SS is not Igbo.

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by bobowaja(m): 8:08pm On Apr 03
duality:
There is a conspiracy among our media, to make everything about Tinubu.

When you see things like this happening, there's a manipulation going on and it's most times not a righteous course.
Fortunately for him, they are making him more popular. And unfortunately for them, they they are making him more stronger.

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Re: Odumakin, Buhari’s Former Spokesman, Who Made Life A Living Hell For Bola Tinubu by meobizy(f): 8:08pm On Apr 03
Is this the same way people will describe Reno Omokri as Buhari’s tormentor if the inevitable happens? Hahahahaha. Let me the man rest in peace, abeg. Titles are of no need wherever he’s headed.

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