Following the recent anti-igbo comment made by the spokesman of APC Presidential Campaign Council, Bayo Onanuga, A Former deputy national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Olabode George has reacted. According to him, If Bayo Onanuga is not careful, he will be ban from Lagos; He can’t talk on behalf of Lagosians.
He made this statement while receiving a delegation of the Lagos chapter of a non-partisan and economic development-oriented organisation committed to unity and progress of Nigeria.
In his own, the former deputy chairman said "It is sad that until now Onanuga has not apologised for the comment. Please let Ndigbo accept my apology for such senseless comment.How can you tell them that they can’t come here? Is that the culture of Lagos? And I’m shocked that even Bola Tinubu has not told him to shut up.
Source: The Sun Newspaper
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