According to Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, Tinubu’s broadcast served as nothing but comic relief. It was more of a long-winded slur and self-serving pepper soup-joint rant than a speech.
It was a repugnant and repulsive repellant to Edo state voters and his anti-Obaseki diatribe may well cost Ize Iyamu the election on saturday.
For the self-proclaimed leader of democracy in Nigeria and a man who has presidential aspirations this was a pitiful and disappointing outing. He appeared weak, desperate and truly pathetic.
Worse of all he was incoherent, barely audible and his baseless assertions bordered on the absurd and the nonsensical.
The people of Edo state are a proud and noble people with good breeding, a great history and a rich cultural heritage.
They do not like being told what to do by a Lagos slumlord whose name, background and true lineage is shrouded in mystery and secrecy.