Former governor Sule Lamidu, a prominent member of the PDP and a former minister of foreign affairs, has detailed how, while trying to serve Nigeria, he endured humiliation and labels of contempt during his term.
In an interview with Arise TV, Lamido revealed this information and explained why he would not offer guidance to the ruling APC. He claimed that it seemed strange to give advise to people who had previously attacked him because he had been negatively characterized throughout his own tenure.
In Lamido’s words: “I was humiliated, I was called a devil, I went through agony because I tried to serve Nigeria. Now they are in power and you are asking me to advise them and tell them what? What do I say? Because I was there before and they said I am not good, you are asking me to give them bad advice.
Tell your president, tell Tinubu, you voted for him go and tell him that you have some problem but I can not talk to him. Sule will not talk to him because Sule is PDP and PDP is everything evil”. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>