Below is the screenshot of the open letter Fani-Kayode sent to Bola Tinubu.
Few hours ago, a famous Nigerian politician who is popularly known as Fani-Kayode took to his Twitter page and sent an open letter to Bola Tinubu. This open letter Fani-Kayode sent to Bola Tinubu comprises everything about his mission with all progressive congress (APC).
Just few hours ago, President Mohammadu Buhari's Aide who is popularly known as Bashir Ahmad took to his Twitter page and revealed how Bola Tinubu revalidated his APC Membership.
In this article, I will be sharing screenshots of what Bola Tinubu did to his APC Membership.
Check out screenshots below:
From the screenshots that was shared above, you will clearly see that Bola Tinubu seems not to be giving up on APC party.
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