Obasanjo and Atiku clashed while he was vice president, according to Tinubu.

Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, asserted that Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) engaged in conflict with former President Olusegun Obasanjo while acting as his vice president from 1999 to 2007.

This was said by him on Saturday in Warri at the beginning of the Delta State APC governorship campaign.

In his speech, Tinubu emphasized the lack of industries in Delta and cautioned residents against voting for the state’s ruling PDP again because doing so would mean continuing the state’s 23-year underdevelopment.

“Warri is going down,” declared Tinubu, strongly denouncing the supposed pattern of declining industrial growth in Delta. They lack the necessary vision, intelligence, understanding, and access to the path to riches; they do not know the way.

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“Go to Lagos and observe development and records of beautiful people,” continued Tinubu. Omo-Agege, progress, development, and prosperity are all present in this place.

“These individuals deceive you year after year and election after election. They celebrate market stalls and take out loans. What happened to the housing sector? Where is the chance to produce jobs? They have no shame at all!

“Our competitors lack shame. They battle in the open. How are they able to consider governance?

“When Atiku was there, he was publicly arguing with his employer. They were discussing how they bought cars for their ladies using PTF funds. Do they feel guilt? Will you cast another vote for them?

Tinubu told Nigerians, particularly the youth, that their hopes for a stable, united Nigeria will be realized while adamant that his political campaign pledges would be fulfilled.

“I’ll keep my word to you. The destiny of this nation lies with you. Your hopes for a stable, united Nigeria will come true, he vowed.