Of Sahara Reporters’ Misinformation and Sowore’s Madness

by Fatai Alimi
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Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and Omoyele Sowore's mixed picture

Sowore and his New York based online media outlet, Sahara reporters, have taken their madness to a new level by posting a video of Tinubu’s visit to Awujale of Ijebu and insinuating that he urinated on his body in the midst of hundreds of his supporters at the monarch’s palace all because of some water stains in the lower part of his cloth.

Sighting the news on Sahara reporters, I could not but wonder if Sowore and his media outlet have any morals and media decorum. In actual fact, such a piece of irresponsible news only made me see Sowore in a different light; more of an irresponsible man who has no family morals and values. His unfortunate post is a joke taken too far, and it shows how low a sordid personality like Sowore could descend to score a cheap political point.

I watched the video a hundred times, trying to figure out if Sahara reporters was making a bit of sense on the ridiculous allegation, but the more I look, the more it becomes clear that the newspaper and its sponsors are on a callous mission to smear the personality of Tinubu, because of their fear that nobody stands a chance of catching up with the spate at which Asiwaju’s presidential aspiration is already gathering momentum.

Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu

They feel intimidated by Asiwaju’s credentials and, in their wildest imagination, only feel that resorting into mere pettiness and unbridled campaign of calumny will put a clog on the wheel of Asiwaju’s presidential aspiration that is already on high gear.

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The National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu was in Ogun State on Saturday to meet with traditional rulers and seek their blessings over his 2023 presidential ambition. He was at the palace of the Awujale of Ijebuland, Oba Sikiru Adetona and also visited the Alake of Egbaland, Oba Adedotun Gbadebo, and others. The visit was graced by thousands of Tinubu’s supporters hovering around him and shouting his name in admiration.

Some of these people may be holding their bottled waters, which could have accidentally spilt on Asiwaju’s cloth in the process. Quite apart from this, it is a common knowledge that where thousands of people gathered to welcome a great leader, water could have found its way on his cloth through sweat or any other means, and this could not have meant anything negative in a saner society, where people like Sowore who is now making issues out of it, could be taken as a mentally unstable man.

Sowore is a man who cannot win a councillorship election, and yet covets the highest office of Nigeria’s presidency. There is nothing such a desperate man who has no political base but actually wants to be president by all means possible could not do. So, while dealing with this kind of desperate entity, it is good one starts thinking out of the box.

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This is why we could not rule out the fact that Sowore and his co-travellers might even send their paid agents to somehow manoeuvre their way to spill some water on Tinubu’s cloth just to prove their satanic point; or how else do we explain the fact that Sahara reporters’ primary focus, out of all other interesting things that happened on the day, was just the issue of water stains.

Omoyele Sowore

I respect Sowore until now. I respect him for always standing up to defend the defenceless, but this time around, he is wrong. He has only exposed himself as one man who does not have the maturity and morals to be in the position of leadership. I am extremely disappointed in his kind of personality.

A critical look at the TVC’s video of Asiwaju’s visit to Ogun Monarchs shows that Sowore and his irresponsible media outlet only misrepresented and misinterpreted the supposed security aide of Tinubu who was alleged to be covering his nose.

Watch carefully below:

Video Credit: TVC News

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