In 2014 Tinubu called for a revolution, see the story published in punch but deleted now.

A Few days ago Nigerians trooped out to call for a revolution. They ended up being brutalised with some in jail.

The government of the day says revolution is now archaic and it is treason. Curiously, five years ago, the same people, while in opposition serially called for revolution and they were neither hounded nor even rebuked. This was in September, 2014. See below…

In 2014, a former Governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu says there is a need for the country to undergo a revolution.

Tinubu, who is a national leader of the All Progressives Congress said the many years of misrule by successive Peoples Democratic Party presidents had continued to sink the country further into crisis.

The former governor said this in a statement titled ‘A Return to Decency’, on Monday.

He described the 16 years of PDP rule at the federal level as a period of steady decline into disaster. He said,  The longer they rule, the less benefit the people derive.

Meanwhile, Punch Newspaper have deleted the page http://www.punchng.com/news/tinubu-calls-for-revolution/ where the story was published (Maybe they forget the print will still be available)

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