by By Akin Ojumu
Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is not a stranger to Nigerians. The man with the Graves Disease eyes has been around a long time. BAT is a vector of deadly viral disease of pandemic proportions. He is a parasite that takes over everything his hand touches.
The following is what Bola Tinubu did to Lagos State:
Number 4, Oyinkan Abayomi (Formerly Queens) Drive, Ikoyi – Valued at N450 Million
A 5-bedroom detached house on one acre of land was Lagos State Governor’s guest house since 1979
Certificate of occupancy was signed and released to Tinubu by Fashola in 2007
26 Bourdillon Road, Ikoyi – Valued at N600 Million
Originally claimed to be by Oando Plc Guest House, it was later acquired by Tinubu from Oando
Lagos State Government paid to rebuild and renovate, it then purchased it from Tinubu for an undisclosed sum.
Subsequently, the State handed the property back to Tinubu under the Pension Bill he signed into law shortly before Tinubu left office in 2007.
Annex of the Lagos State Guest House in Asokoro, Abuja – Valued at N450 Million
Bought by the State Government in 2006 to protect the main house from security breach.
Shortly after Tinubu left office, the property was transferred to him under the pension plan he signed into law before leaving office.
250-Hectares of Land Ajah Junction, Lekki Road – Valued at N35 Billion
Initially meant for a General Hospital, Eti-Osa Local Government
Tinubu confiscated and handed it over to Trojan Estate Ltd – a company owned by Deji and Wale Tinubu
Trojan Estate used the land to build the Royal Garden Housing Estate at the expense of the taxpayers of Lagos.
1,000-Hectares of Land Located at Lakowe, Near Abijo, Ibeju-Lekki Local Government – Valued at N75 Billion
Given to Lekki Concession Company owned by Tinubu and Fashola
Developed as a golf course and housing estate by Assets and Resource Management Ltd
157-Hectares Prime Land with 2.5km of Atlantic Beachfront – Valued at N10 Billion
Appropriated by Tinubu from the communities of Siriwon, Igbekodo, Apakin in Ibeju-Lekki Local Government
Tinubu gave it to Ibukun Fakeye, one of his many cronies
3.8 Hectare of Land in Victoria Island Next to Institute of Oceanography – Valued at N3 Billion
It belonged to the Lagos State Fisheries office, but is now owned by Bola Tinubu
Fishery Landing Jetty at Badore – Valued at N500 Million
The Ilubirin fishermen were to be relocated here
It’s owned by Bola Tinubu
Entire Ogudu Foreshore – Valued at N5 Billion
The scheme initially earmarked for a low-cost housing scheme
Now owned by Bola Ahmed Tinubu
Ilubinrin Housing Estate – Valued at N2.5 Billion
Used to house Lagos State Civil Servants and Judges up till 2007
It’s now owned by Jagaban
Former Julius Berger Yard at Oko Orisan, Epe – Valued at N450 Million
This property belonged to the Lagos State Government
It’s now owned by Bola Tinubu
Lagos State Polytechnic near Toll Gate
Bola Tinubu kicked the Polytechnic out in 2006
Took over the property to build the headquarters of Television Continental (TVC) owned by him
Critical Care Unit, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), Ikeja
Built and equipped with Lagos State funds
It now belongs to Bola Tinubu and is run by his cousin, Dr. Sikiru Tinubu
The Care Unit generates revenue from fees paid by the State Government on behalf of patients referred there by its General Hospitals.
14-Hectare Parkview Ikoyi Estate Foreshore Land
Reclaimed by Lagos State Government
Now belongs to Bola Tinubu.
Strabag Yard Next to Lagos State Secretariat, Alausa, Ikeja
Tinubu took it over while in the office
You cannot love Nigeria and wish a man like BAT to become its president. Don’t tell me you have the interest of Nigerians at heart if you want to entrust their fate and future into the hands of a man who is a Bermuda Triangle that sucks in everything in his vicinity.
Considering the looting and scavenging of Lagos State carried out by Tinubu, no true Yoruba son or daughter, who is a proper Omoluabi, will wish Bola Tinubu on Nigeria.
May God help Nigeria if this man ever becomes its president.

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