Tinubu booed, called ‘Ole’ at APC secretariat in Lagos – FFK

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Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode revealed that the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress(APC), Bola Tinubu was today booed at the secretariat of the party in Lagos.

According to the opposition People’s Democratic Party(PDP) chieftain, the APC leader was totally embarrassed after chants of Governor Akinwumi Ambode filled air. Fani-Kayode made this known via his twitter handle on Saturday saying people kept chanting ‘Tunubu ole… ‘

He wrote:

https://twitter.com/realFFK/status/1046045325016879104?s=19

Meanwhile, there are reports that Gov Akinwumi Ambode’s chances to grab the APC ticket for second term may be growing dimmer by the day.

Ambode with hope of wooing all 377 councillors in the state, on Saturday invites them for a meeting. Sadly, according to Vanguard, over 350 councillors shunned the governor’s invitation ahead of the party primary scheduled for Sunday.

“We were crossed with him for spurning all the attempts we made in the past to have an audience with him and this is payback time. He refused to meet with us when we needed him, and now he wants to curry favour with us,” a councilor from Lagos West, who deliberately absent himself from it, told us on condition of anonymity.

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