Professor Pat Utomi, chieftain of the Labour party, has warned of dire consequences for Nigerians if Asiwaju Tinubu is elected as president less than 48 hours before Nigerian eligible voters head to their respective polling units across the country to cast their votes for their preferred presidential candidate.
Recall that Asiwaju Tinubu is one of the front-runners in the upcoming presidential poll on February 25. Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party, Rabiu Kwankwaso of the New Nigeria People, and Mr. Peter Obi of the Labour Party are additional powerful contenders. Pat Utomi said he does not want a situation where Remi Tinubu and Seyi will fight in an exclusive interview with Arise News.
"I don't want a repeat of the Turai Yar'adua incident, where Remi and Seyi Tinubu battle it out for control of the country. Remi and Seyi would clash if Asiwaju Tinubu were to win. This nation has experienced a lot, and it would be better for us to know the truth than to act as though we can handle it. It is improper."
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