19th December, 2021
A group known as the Disciples of Jagaban (DOJ), has vowed to drag the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu to court if he declined to contest for 2023 Presidency.
The National Coordinator of DOJ, Comrade Abdulhakeem Adegoke, said this in an interview with journalists on Saturday.
According to Vanguard, Adegoke said Tinubu will be sued because the suffering in Nigeria is unbearable and only Tinubu’s capacity and strategy can bring positive change.
He said: “We know his capacity to change the scenario, his capacity to change things from negative to positive.
“He has done it in Lagos state which is supposed to be the headquarters of criminals and bandits, but he turned them into good persons.”
Adegoke added that the Disciples of Jagaban flag-off a continuous voter registration campaign in Kaduna state on Saturday to boost the support base of Tinubu.
He said: ”From our findings, we found that millions of youths have refused to come out for the voter registration. With that, we are not safe. We need to let these young Nigerians realize that when you need good governance, and you did not participate in the registration of those who will choose a good leader, this is totally zero.
“If there must be positive changes that we are talking about, it’s already identifying the good among the bad among us, in the person of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.“
”We are not adopting Tinubu because he is a Muslim or Christian or Yoruba. We adopted him because he is a leader.
”Many people come out to say why Tinubu. But they’ve not come out to say this is a candidate better than him.”