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Tinubu Will Be President Till 2031 – Joe Igbokwe To Igbos.

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An APC chieftain and an aide to Lagos State governor,Joe Igbokwe has mocked Igbos the the Nigerian’s President-elect Asiwaju Bola Tinubu will continue as president till 2023.

Joe Igbokwe made this statement on Saturday when replying to a comment in his tweets.

In the tweets, Joe Igbokwe praised Tinubu saying that he is a very good man who have helped so many businessmen and women to succeed in their various line of business in the city of Lagos including himself.

In the tweets, Igbokwe further canvassed for a vote to the Lagos state governor Babajide Sanwo Olu saying that voting Sanwo Olu will be an adequate payback for Tinubu.

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Under the tweets a reply by Ejike which say “Dash him your wife and daughters and enthrone him as your family deity. That’ll be adequate payback”.a comment which did not go well with Igbokwe.

In his reply to Ejike Joe Igbokwe said, that Tinubu will be president from 2023-2031 and after that he will hand over to a northerner to 2039. Adding that Igbos will continue to be onlookers because they refused to play politics.

Joe Igbokwe tweeted……

“President-Elect ASIWAJU BAT is a good friend of the Igbo and he did his best for prominent Igbo businessmen and women in Lagos including me. This is payback time and we should do this by voting for GOV SANWO OLU en-mass on March 18.”

Reply by Ejike on Twitter

“Dash him your wife and daughters and enthrone him as your family deity. That’ll be adequate payback”.

Joe Igbokwe Replied

“Ejike Akunna jisieike, mark my words here: Asiwaju from 2023 to 2031 and another Northerner from 2031 to 2039. We will still be children of anger and children of hate and life goes on. We will be onlookers because we refused to play politics. Dazzol!!!”

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