Tinubu Campaign Spokesman Attacks Pastor Bakare Over His ‘Emi Lokan’ Comment

Otunba Biodun Ajiboye, the Assistant Director of Publicity of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Presidential Campaign Council, PCC, has attacked Pastor Tunde Bakare of Citadel Global Community Church over his recent ’emi lokan’ comment, describing the Man of God as an inconsistently unstable person.

Pastor Bakare, a former APC presidential aspirant, had recently in a broadcast, urged Nigerians to vote out politicians who see the presidency as their entitlement.

Referring to the APC presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu’s claim, ’emi lokan’, which means ‘it’s my turn’, Bakare said it is the turn of frustrated Nigerians.

Responding in a statement he personally signed, Otunba Ajiboye said Bakare should stop arrogating the position of Aristotle of politics to himself.

He likened the cleric to “ordinary man on the street without any political clout.”

Ajibola noted that Bakare’s defeat at the APC primaries showed that he has “zero personality, zero popularity and zero leadership.”

He said, “This is the same man who deceitfully told the world as if God spoke to him that he was going to be the next President after Buhari, then went into the primaries of the party he belonged to, and nobody could vote for him.

“At some point, he spoke so well about Asiwaju, at another point he will speak against Asiwaju. At some point, he spoke so well about Buhari, when he’s seeing that Buhari is not doing his bidding, he speaks against Buhari. The man is such an inconsistently unstable person, let him just face his business as a clergyman that he’s called to do rather than meddle in politics.”

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