Where Was You before Now? Question Tinubu need to answers for Denating N50M to Bandits attacks Victim in Zamfara, as 2023 is around the corner


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The question has keep pumping in since the announcement that Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu has donated N50 million to bandits attack victims in Zamfara State.

Tinubu made the donation a day after he informed Nigerians that he has informed President Muhammadu Buhari of his intentions to contests for 2023 Presidential election.

Before now, there was several bandits attack across the country.

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And many lives and properties lost.

Mostly in Kaduna, Zamfara, Benue and Katsina State.

Tinubu has never visit nor made any donations, but quick to donate now after making his intentions Known to Nigerians that he will run for 2023.

Many Nigerians described described his actions as an eye service to please Nigerians to accept him for 2023 general election.

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With Buhari has shown Nigerians, don't you think it we sucidal to vote for Tinubu come 2023?

Reacting to his donation, for Kaduna Senator, Shehu Sani took to his Twitter handle to says:

Jagaban donated N50m for the victims of Zamfara Bandits attacks;I’m trying to call my friend Momodu and inform him of the victims of Niger and Kaduna attacks.

Ocheda Jerry says

Where was Jagaban before now? It's another political season of deception.

Jackson days

Na today these killings start,why Jagaban donating the money now? Naso he take hoard COVID-19 palliatives of 2020 against 2023.

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