Bode George, a former Deputy National Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), has stated that despite Bola Tinubu’s victory in the nationwide election on February 25, his decision to leave Nigeria for a suitable location abroad remains unchanged.
George stated that it is his inalienable right to live wherever he chooses in the world during a monitored interview on Channels Television on Monday.
He stated that if he is dissatisfied with the President-Elect Bola Tinubu’s incoming administration, he could relocate to Ghana, Cotonou, or Lome, all of Nigeria’s West African neighbors.
On Monday, when asked if he still considered going into exile, George responded, “I didn’t hide my feelings: I stated that I would lose interest in politics if Tinubu became president.
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“I am no longer a young man. I have the right to leave and live wherever I want for the rest of my life and play with my children and grandchildren if I am dissatisfied with the way things are going.
The head of the PDP stated that he cares more about young people than about himself. He regretted that President Muhammadu Buhari didn’t satisfy his guarantee to leave a tradition of free and fair races, saying that the electing umpire didn’t decipher the consequences of the February 25 survey electronically as guaranteed.
I have not done anything that could disqualify me. I am able to live in Lome. I may travel to Cotonou. I can go to Ghana. Even Iceland is within reach. I’m free to go wherever I want. I can live anywhere with my trustworthiness and green passport. He stated, “I just care about the younger generation.”