Nigeria decides: Tinubu speaks on bullion vans ‘spotted’ in his house


All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu on Saturday said he was neither a government contractor nor a worker with any government parastatal.

Tinubu made the remark while reacting to an online video claiming that he had bullion vans in his house distributing money.

Reacting, he said there was no iota of truth in the allegation

“I am not a government contractor, and I don’t have bullion vans because I don’t store ballot papers. If I may ask, where am I voting now? This is not my house.

“I don’t work with any government agencies and let anybody come out to say that I have taken contracts from the government of President Buhari in the last four years.

“They should prove it. I am on my own and committed to my party. Even if I have the money to spend in my premises, what is anybody’s headache since I don’t run the government.

“I can spend my money as I like and if I want; if it pleases me I can give it to the people free of charge as long as it is not meant to buy votes.

“I want to ask, who are those watching my house to see what I am doing? They must be mischievous, they are liars,” NAN quoted him as saying.

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