The Chairman, Board of Trustees, Alliance for Democracy, Senator Mojisoluwa Akinfenwa, on Tuesday, October 11, reportedly said that the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, deserved his current travails.
The political stalwart said he was not ready to work with the former governor.
Specifically, Akinfenwa, who was a former national chairman of the AD, said he would not be railroaded into supporting Tinubu, whom he said was scheming to get the support of the Yoruba.
Akinfenwa, who fell out with Tinubu over the leadership of the AD more than a decade ago, said Tinubu was the architect of his own misfortune.
He said, “(Every) man is the architect of his own fortune and misfortune. In this case, Tinubu is the architect of his own misfortune. So, he should not bring me into the matter I was never part of with him.
“He knows it will be difficult, if not impossible to woo or induce me as he is gradually succeeding with those he has despised and succeeded in wounding.”
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