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Tee Mac makes U-turn on Tinubu, says he’s a revered leader

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Tee Mac Omatshola Iseli has made a U-turn on comments he made against Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress presidential candidate, that he is 83.

Tinubu’s age has been a mystery for many, with close allies claiming that the former Lagos governor is in his 80s.

In a Facebook post, Tee Mac said Tinubu is his in-law and that he is not fit to lead Nigeria but he has since said that he was misquoted.

“My attention has been drawn to a post that has gone viral on social media regarding a private banter with a Facebook acquaintance on the eligibility of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu for the office of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria,” he said in a post on Saturday.

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“Whilst it is regrettable that such a private conversation went viral vide from a Facebook Account, let me state that the conversation was taken out of context.

“In the first instance, I have high regards for the person of the APC presidential candidate; a two (2)-term Governor of Lagos State, and a revered leader of the APC.

“I have lived in Lagos since I relocated from Switzerland, and I can attest to his transformational impact in the state.

Tee Mac added that, “More significantly is his ability to identify and engage exceptional and committed technocrats in governance with tangible results over time, and maintaining relationships with them, and others across board. This, I believe will be replicated if he is given the opportunity at the Federal level.

“His all-inclusive style of governance has seen people from other states, ethnicities and faith take up appointments in Lagos, serving meritoriously too!

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“Consequently, his competence is not in doubt. I only expressed my fear for the rigours of the office,” Tee mac said.

“My personal view is that anyone can choose any candidate, but must ask themselves if they have chosen rightly. This is a pertinent question for everyone. I simply admonished a friend to vote by his convictions.

“My only grouse, which I still stand by is that it was Tinubu who sold Buhari to the nation in 2015, which candidate, contrary to all expectations, underperformed.

“The above notwithstanding, I neither have a personal grudge with Asiwaju, nor would pursue a path of acrimony with my cousin, Remi Tinubu, whom everyone adjudged pleasant and supportive.

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“Tinubu remains a man I admire regardless of what sychophants have tried to make of my comment.”

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