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 :: Cover Story... Sunday, February 26, 2017.





"Bukkyyyy!" Asiwaju Bola Tinubu Bellowed & Sprang From His Seat To Catch Senate President Bukola Saraki’s Attention For Public "Greeting" As His Estranged Party Man Tried To Snub Him
"Bukkkyyy" Asiwaju Bola Tinubu Thundered and sprang from his seat during the inauguration ceremony of Rotimi Akeredolu as the new Governor of Ondo state.

Jargaban as the popular politician is fondly called was trying to catch the attention of Senate President Bukola Saraki for a public greeting.

Ironically Saraki was respectfully greeting other politicians with mouthing audible sirs, a touchable distance from where Asiwaju Bola Tinubu was seated.


But he immediately wheeled around to walk away after paying his respects to the other parties, before the man with the politics of Lagos state in his vice grip bellowed out his name to scuttle what would have amounted a hundred percent snub.

Observers claim ‘’ though Saraki heeded the call, he wasn’t all charm in greeting the political leader’’.

‘’it was brief and perfunctory, just like a task that needed to be done. Unlike his greetings with others were his sirs where very audible, Saraki’s muttered inaudible words in his greeting with Tinubu’’ a source narrated.

There is said to be a video of the encounter making the round.

Checks by societynowng.com reveal followers of events are interpreting the development which transpired on Friday February 24 2016 in Ondo state to mean though the political feud between the two political gladiators still simmering,  Asiwaju Bola Tinubu appears willing to make peace.

The powerful Lagos politician was identified as the chief opposition to Bukola Saraki’s emergence as Senate President and alleged to have a hand in travails that almost knocked him out of office.
But as other factors came into play, the table turned and the Senate President transformed one of the most powerful figures in the current administration.
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