80% of Igbo people in Lagos acquire their wealth from Tinubu’s legacy in lagos- Ifeanyi Ubah

    According to Ifeanyi Ubah, the senator for Anambra South, over 80% of Igbo people in Lagos State get their riches from President Bola Tinubu’s inheritance.

    After being formally admitted into the All Progressives Congress (APC) caucus on Thursday in Abuja, Ubah made this statement.

    Remember that yesterday, the senator from Anambra defected from the Young Progressives Party (YPP), citing irreconcilable disagreements as his reason?

    During yesterday’s plenary, Senate President Godswill Akpabio read the letter.

    Following his reception by APC National Chairman Abdullahi Ganduje and other officials, Ubah declared that Tinubu possesses the ability to lead Nigeria.

    He claimed that Tinubu is capable of offering solutions that address Nigerians’ suffering and is aware of their suffering.

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    “I want to be honest; because of our feelings and emotions, it has always been difficult for the Igbo people to identify with the national party,” stated Ubah.

    “Since our president has come to power and I challenged every Igbo man in Nigeria today, 70–80% of them get their money from the legacy the president has left behind in Lagos.

    “Our president is the politician that knows how to comfort everyone and how much it hurts. He is capable of that.

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    “Despite our very low turnout of votes for him, one of the important things I have to tell our people is that Engineer Dave Umahi has been appointed as the Minister of Works for the first time.”

    According to Ubah, he joined the APC because he wanted the southeast to support Tinubu’s government.

    In response, Ganduje expressed his confidence that the party would seize control of further southeast states in light of the senator’s defection.

    “With this lumber and caliber juggernaut, I think we have found the answer. We will start a revolution. We already have two states in the southeast,” Ganduje declared.

    “We appreciate your attendance. He is what I call a swing politician since that party always wins when he is in office.

    And we anticipate that this swing will extend throughout the Southeast, particularly to the three other non-APC states.

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