Obaseki, who was re-elected on Saturday, said this on Tuesday while appearing on Arise TV.
“I don’t have any plan, but if he continues to behave the way he always does, if he continues to be disruptive, if he continues to fund his lions and tigers, and tries to create problems for us here, then we will not have any mercy.”
Tinubu did a TV broadcast asking the people of Edo to vote out Obaseki on the grounds that he is a dictator and was nowhere to be found when he and others were fighting for democracy.
“The challenge with people like Oshiomhole and Ahmed Tinubu is that if they do not accept and change their style and attitude, they pose a big danger to our democracy because they are extra-constitutional players,” Obaseki noted.
“They constituted themselves into what they say they are without any constitutional responsibilities and try to overlord themselves over people who have constitutional authority and if we allow them to continue it will destroy our democracy.”
Obaseki speaks on the future after the expiration of his tenure.
“After the next four years, I’ll seek admission and go back to school to teach. I don’t have any wishes to go to the Senate,” he said.