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“I am not the commander in chief, Buhari is” – Tinubu tells angry EndSars protesters on leaked phone call

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A Twitter user has posted a video of two female EndSars protesters allegedly speaking angrily with the National leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu on a mobile number 08062240104.

Tinubu a former governor of Lagos state who is alleged to profit from virtually every major economic activity in the state is widely believed to profit from the Lekki toll structures where the protests have occurred peacefully for the past 12 days until soldiers from the Nigerian Army indiscriminately took the lives of at least 5 young Nigerians on Tuesday night.

The female protesters are heard on tape telling Tinubu that they know he is behind the killings. Tinubu responds by saying, “he is not the commander in chief.”

President Muhammad Buhari is the commander in chief of the Nigerian Armed Forces.

Tinubu then tells the angry women who cut him off repeatedly that they are fed fake news on social media.

The protesters then tell Tinubu to stop being greedy and to remember he has children. They said, “Don’t we have the right to protest in this country? Are we born to suffer?”

Tinubu replies, “Who told you I sent the soldiers?”

We believe it is you because you are the one with the thugs and the one who owns the toll gate. ‘Tinubu replied, Who told you I am the owner of toll gate? Who told you? Who told you?”

Endsars ladies replied, “Sir you are old! You are the one. Haven’t you made enough money? Till you die you cant spend the money. Are you going to keep denying? You have children and grandchildren and when you die they will suffer for what you are doing now.”

Listen to the conversation yourself:

According to verified reports, the billboard sitting ontop of the main Lekki tollgate is owned by Loatsad Promomedia, a company owned and operated by, Seyi Tinubu, the son of the APC chieftain.


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