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We won’t condone attacks on Tinubu, Salvador replies El-Rufai

A previous Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Lagos state, Hon. Moshood Salvador, on Sunday, took a swipe on Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna state over his remarks on overcoming back up parents in Lagos legislative issues.

Salvador, who is currently a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), said the statement ascribed to El-Rufai was focused at the National Leader of the gathering, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.

Commercial Salvador who talked amid his yearly Ramadan address exhorted El-Rufai to mind his business. As indicated by him, the initiative of Tinubu in Lagos has conveyed positive improvements to the state.

Ad He said El-Rufai should confront issues of administration in his country. It would be reviewed that El-Rufai had in Lagos two weeks prior exhorted restriction on the most proficient method to overcome adoptive parents in Lagos legislative issues, saying he resigned four back up parents in Kaduna.

El-Rufai repeated the remark in a meeting with State House Correspondents as of late, including any way that his announcement was not aimed at anyone.

Be that as it may, Salvador stated, “We don’t have issues with pioneers in Lagos and El-Rufai should mind his business as opposed to coming here to disclose to us what isn’t.

“There are not kidding issues in Kaduna; the issue of unpaid pay rates, the issue of killings and assaults on guiltless individuals. El-Rufai has not tended to all these, and he is discussing an express that is working.” He said the state would not engage any assault on Asiwaju whom he noted had done incredibly well for the country.

“He established the framework for the development of the state’s IGR from N400million in 1999 to the billions that it is today.

“It is doubtful we can discuss a cutting edge Lagos without referencing Tinubu. He is a blessing to the Yoruba race, second just to Awolowo. We regard him a great deal and would not overlook assaults on him,” he included.

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