Tinubu got rich buying shares of blue chip companies — Dele Alake

Alake pointed out that he knew Tinubu was spending money and was rich even before he entered politics.

By Jeffrey Agbo

Director of Strategic Communication of the Congress of All Progressives (APC) Presidential Campaign Council Dele Alake says the party’s presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, made his money buying the shares of blue chip companies.

Tinubu’s wealth has been individually questioned, with many alleging he was into illicit drugs. But Tinubu denied the allegations.

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It was also rumored that former Lagos State Governor Akinwunmi Ambode was denied the APC ticket for a second term in 2018 because he refused to give Tinubu 50 billion naira per month. Tinubu also denied the rumor.

During an interview on Channels Television’s Sunday Politics, Alake said: “He (Tinubu) bought stocks and bonds and all that. I am not a financier. So I’m not going to get into all of that. But I know he trades stocks.

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“I know when you trade stocks and you’re a financier, you know how to juggle the stock market and all that. Those in the know know what I’m talking about. They wouldn’t begin to wonder how he made money with stocks.

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“He was buying blue chip company stocks and stuff. He made money and he spent money. He did all these years before taking office.

Alake pointed out that he knew Tinubu was spending money and was rich even before he entered politics.

Alake declined to disclose whether Tinubu owns or has investments in any business in Nigeria.

“It’s a foreign matter and as I always say to pander to the whims and whims of those who are jealous and extremely envious and suffer from Asiwaju’s OCH (Obsessive Compulsive Hate),” he said. -he declares.

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