Dele Momodu: ”Why Nigerians Didn’t Vote For Me As Their President”

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Dora, Condoleezza and Dele Momodu

Ovation Magazine Editor in Chief, Mr Dele Momodu has explained the reason why he lost the 2011 presidential elections. Dele Momodu spoke about his loss on Monday as a guest speaker at the Diamond jubilee symposium in honour of the founder of the Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare.  He said:“One of the things I love about Pastor Tunde Bakare is that he did not restrict himself to activism. I was glad in 2011 when he was Gen. Muhammadu Buhari’s running mate. I, on the other hand, wanted to be President.

 “I was serious about my ambition but Nigerians were not serious about it. Some said I lacked experience. Yes, I lack experience in stealing,” he said

 

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