Rev. Fr. Kelvin Ugwu, a Nigerian Catholic priest serving in Malawi, has alleged the President-elect, Bola Tinubu of stealing people’s mandate, coupled with the series of lies over his age, documents and involvement in drugs and because of that, Tinubu cannot become his president.
Ugwu who took to his Twitter page to make this known also alleged that Tinubu might be sworn in as the president on May 29, but it won’t change the fact that Tinubu stole his way to the top position in the just concluded presidential poll and it’s just funny for him to get used to Bola Tinubu being his president.
Ugwu also alleged that when it’s time to talk about good governance, he can’t be silent in the face of evil because the President-elect, Bola Tinubu stole people’s mandate to get this position and as a result, he can’t become his president.
He said, “I can’t be silent in the face of evil, Tinubu stole people’s mandate, he can’t be my president. Telling me that Tinubu will be my president and that I should get used to it, is just funny. Tinubu as president or Obi, or Atiku, is not about me. On a personal note, I don’t care. I know we all will be alright with any candidate. But, as a person and a priest, I can never be silent in the face of evil. I can’t even be diplomatic about it. Tinubu stole his way to the top. He may be sworn in, but it won’t remove the fact that he stole the people’s mandate, coupled with the series of lies over his age, documents, and involvement in drugs.