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How Tinubu plans to use PDP G-5 Govs and dump them uncovered

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How Tinubu plans to use PDP G-5 Govs and dump them

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Recently, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has been rumored to have met with the G-5 governors in London to come to some sort of agreement.

While Tinubu’s media office has denied that such a meeting occurred, there has yet to be any denial from the G-5 as well.

Senator Bola Tinubu plans to use the five PDP governors from G-5 states as a mere tool and then soon discard them.

It is important for these governors to remain wary of Tinubu’s plans since they all have candidates running in the upcoming general election.

If Tinubu were to win the presidential election and four of these governors had supported him, it would be easy for him to use his position of power collected from their support against them.

In Oyo State, Governor Seyi Makinde could easily lose out on re-election despite having supported Tinubu weeks earlier.

Additionally, Senator Orji Uzor Kalu from Abia State would join forces with Tinubu and Ikechi Emenike from APC just before the state elections in order for APC to defeat PDP.

If things play out as intended by Tinubu, he will even provide his own support for Senator Magnus Abe of SDP against Wike’s choice in Rivers State.

Tinubu’s frosty political relationship with Rotimi Amechi in Rivers State doesn’t make it possible for him to maintain any APC presence there.

He will make Senator Magnus Abe, one of his strong supporters, shift allegiance to PDP instead.

Furthermore, the Reverend Father who is an APC candidate in Benue may benefit from a bandwagon effect if Tinubu wins the election but its impending failure in Enugu State may thwart this plan.

The use of G-Five Governors poses an even more troubling scenario; an illiterate voter receiving three sheets of ballot papers at once which are meant to be separated and used on three separate candidates.

This might create much confusion which could act as a disadvantage to Tinubu’s chances of winning the election.

If he succeeds though, Nigeria would inevitably be forced into becoming a one-party state since a federal government under his control could stifle out the remaining PDP and Labour Party (LP) members just like it has happened in Lagos State over the past 24 years making clear that such games come with serious consequences.

This article was updated 1 month ago


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