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Tinubu Among 100 Most Influential People,A Stain On Time Magazine- Malcolm Omirhobo



Popular controversial Nigerian Lawyer Malcolm Omirhobo has called the listing of the President-elect Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu among 100 most influential people released by a UK based magazine TIME MAGAZINE on Thursday.

According to the Magazine, Tinubu who is the Nigeria’s President-elect, help Nigeria to return to democracy in 1999 after defeating military rule.

Reacting to the magazine’s publications which featured prominent people in different parts of the world, Mr Malcolm said that including the name of Tinubu among their most influential people is a stain on the company’s reputation.

According to him, the Time Magazine’s journalists comfortably sat in their homes and offices without carrying proper investigation before enlisting the names and most especially the one of Tinubu despite all the drug records against him.

In a post on his Facebook handle on Friday,he challenged the TIME MAGAZINE to tell the whole world how Tinubu fought the Military to bring democracy to Nigeria.

His Words”Bola Ahmed Tinubu making TIME Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People List in the world in 2023 is a stain on the magazine’s reputation of close to a century as being the most authoritative and informative guide to what is happening in current affairs, politics, business, health, science and entertainment.

“Journalists of Time magazine sitting in their office in New York without carrying out proper investigation concluded that Tinubu helped. Nigeria to restore democracy in 1999 after fighting military rule. How?

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“The magazine hastily and irresponsibly concluded that Tinubu won. the Nigerian 2023 presidential election that is subject matter of litigation for obvious electorial mal practices by All Progressives Congress, Tinubu’s political party and the Independent National Electoral Commission

“I challenge Times magazine to tell the whole world how Tinubu fought the Military to bring democracy to Nigeria.

“For the records those that actually fought the Military and suffered one way or the other were Chief Michael Adekunle Ajasin, Mallam Lawal Dambazzau, Commodore Ebitu Ukiwe, Chief Anthony Enahoro, Major General Adeyinka Adebayo (rtd.), Chief Bola Ige, Commodore Dan Suleiman, Dr. Chukwuemeka Ezeife, Prof. Anya O. Anya, Col. Yohanna Madaki, Rev. Fr. Moses Adasu, Dr. Beko Ransome-Kuti, Rev. Tunji Adebiyi, Chief Ade Ojo, Chief Ralph Obioha, Chief Empire Kanu, Chief Michael Anyiam, Dr. Sola Soile, Vice Admiral Akin Aduwo, Chief E. Duru, Mr. Nick Dazzang, Mr. Labaran Maku, Dr. A. A. Akingba, Mr. Babas Eko Oyekanmi, Mr. Alex Ayatolla, Mrs. Sarah Jubril, and Alhaji Ganiyu Dawodu. Others were Mr. O. P. Edodo, Mr. A. Barber, Otunba Olabiyi Durojaiye, Chief Olusegun Osoba, Chief John Odige-Oyegun, Prof. Bolaji Akinyemi, Alhaji Mohammed Siraj Hamza, Dr. Wahab Dosunmu, Otunba Aboyade Cole, Major General Olufemi Olutoye (rtd), Chief Sobo Sowemimo, Dr. Steve Achema, Chief Olaniwun Ajayi, Chief Olu Falae,

“Brigadier-General Jonah Jang, Chief Abraham Adesanya, Chief Ayo Adebanjo, Mr. Alao Aka-Bashorun, Mr. Emmanuel Njiwah, Chief Vincent Nwizugbo and Dr. Uma Eleazu.

“Anyname outside these names are those trying to reap where they did not show.I also want Times Magazine to explain to the whole world whether it is proper for her to give Tinubu the award based on an election that is subject matter of litigation.

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