I Will Flee If APC Gets Into Power Because Bola Tinubu Can Order For My Arrest- Bode George

PDP Chieftain, Bode George says he will go into exile if Bola
Tinubu’s party, the APC, find its way into national government.
According to Bode George, if Bola Tinubu gets into power, he would
instruct his “boy”, the APC Vice Presidential Candidate, Prof Yemi
Osinbajo, to immediately pick him up. Bode George said this in an
interview with Eniola Akinkuotu of Punch

“If Bola Tinubu finds his way into
national government, I will go on exile. He hasn’t the temerity and the
calmness of mind. They don’t even know what to do in power. Because
the vice-president is his boy, he will just order that Bode George
should be picked up. He said soldiers came to him but he must have been
dreaming. When he said soldiers had surrounded his house, I drove down
there because my house is not too far from there. I know the hierarchy
of the military and its behaviour. That they surrounded his house is
lie number one because on either side of his house are two buildings. There
is also one at the back. So, I wondered where the soldiers were
hiding. Why would you lie for public consumption? So when I got down
there, I knew that his spin doctors were working. These days people go
on the social media and the story went viral. Why would he (President
Godluck Jonathan) from Abuja, be running after Bola? Let them be very
careful about the statements they are making. More so, if Obasanjo is
now linking Jonathan with what happened in Cote d’Ivoire and coup; not
in this 21st Century. That is past and gone forever. No nation goes
through this kind of tribulation twice and survive. We have had our own
experience of Civil War and I pray that God does not direct our minds
in that direction and our people have to watch their mouths”.

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