Following the injunction obtained by national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu restraining media houses from broadcasting a documentary titled ‘Lion of Bourdillon’ that was running on the African Independent Television (AIT), the Coalition Against Corrupt Leaders (CACOL), has called on the APC chieftain to address Lagosians on the lingering issue of his relationship with the consultancy firm.
The convener of the group, Comrade Debo Adeniran, who called on Lagosians to reject any candidate that refuses to address the 15% deduction of their annual revenue, said “we are equally flabbergasted at Sen. Bola Tinubu’s unwarranted silence on Alpha Beta issue.
“We are also surprised that the APC leader went to court, to obtain an injunction, stopping the airing of the documentary about him on African Independent Television (AIT) and other media houses. He sought protection under the law that gives him respite that can sustain him for a very long time”.
Mr. Adeniran continued: “Beyond getting an injunction to stop the airing of his alleged misdemeanor, as an elder statesman, Sen. Tinubu is expected to come out in the open to defend the allegations if they are true or false”.
CACOL further called on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission to make public its findings on the allegations on the ‘True Face of Lagos’ as contained in its petitions.