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2023: “You’ll Die Like A Goat” Great Seer Warn Tinubu, Says Abiola Ignored Him Too (Video)
As Nigeria look forward to having changes in political leadership across the federation, contenders warm to occupy one office or another but would play safe where danger is paramount.
A Senior Traditional Ruler, His Royal Majesty, Augustine Bola Adegunloye has extended homely advice to the former governor of Lagos State, Alhaji Ahmed Tinubu on insisting to run for the upcoming presidential election in Nigeria.
The Egbeji Oloogun of Nigeria during a media interaction with Newsmen called on the Jagaban of Lagos to cease from nursing interest to become Nigeria president.
HRM Adegunloye revealed that he once warned late MKO Abiola, the winner of the June 12 election, to desist from furthering his ambition for the Number one citizen position and was ignored.
He noted that people singing songs of praises, calling him Jagaban of Hausa land are planning to trap him, added that the real Jagaban are those in charge of goats and cows.
The Monarch, who is best known as a Seer and Traditional medicine Healer lamented that people preparing and packaging him for the 2023 election are only eating his money and if he insists to contest, ‘He’ll die like a goat’.
He, however, encouraged Tinubu to rethink and make adjustments so he will ‘not go and die’.
Recall Some Northern groups still believe the region still has the right to produce the next president after eight years of President Mohammadu Buhari who is from the same extraction.
Meanwhile, the Southern governors have reached a consensus demanding the next Nigeria president will come from their region.
Interestingly, the Southeast leaders, who have felt the impact of marginalization are praying political parties to avail their presidential posts be zoned to the region.
This is coming when the majority of the leaders in the All Progressive Congress, APC in the National Assembly voted against the use of the Electronic Transmission of Results Bill during the Electoral Act Amendment in both chambers. Watch
A conspiracy theory from young Nigerians believes the exclusion of the e-result bill would further give APC a chance to manipulate the electoral process for their favour.