“I Am Yet To See People Celebrating That Tinubu Won” – Nigerian Singer, Paul Okoye Cries Out

Following Bola Ahmed Tinubu‘s who is a Nigerian accountant, politician and the president-elect of Nigeria, he also served as the Governor of Lagos State from 1999 to 2007 and Senator for Lagos West during the brief Third Republic. On his victory in the just concluded presidential election, Nigerian singer, Paul Okoye has shared his observation.

Tinubu spent his early life in southwestern Nigeria and later moved to United States where he studied Accounting at Chicago State University. He returned to Nigeria in the early 1980s and was employed by Mobil Nigeria as an accountant, before entering politics as a Lagos West senatorial candidate in 1992 under the banner of the Social Democratic Party. After dictator Sani Abacha dissolved the Senate in 1993, Tinubu became an activist campaigning for the return of democracy as a part of the National Democratic Coalition movement. Although he was forced into exile in 1994, Tinubu returned after Abacha’s 1998 death triggered the beginning of the transition to the Fourth Republic.

Paul Okoye (promoter) (born 1967), Nigerian event promoter, talent manager, record exec, philanthropist and business man.

Paul studied at St. Murumba secondary school in Jos, together with his brother, Peter also known as Mr P.[2] Paul joined a school of music and drama club where he started dancing and performing covers songs produced by MC Hammer, Bobby Brown and Michael Jackson with his brother Peter.

In a post shared via Instagram, Paul Okoye noted that he is yet to see a video of people celebrating Tinubu’s victory, including people in the North.

According to the singer, no Northerner is creating a scene and doing bike parades on the street in celebration of Tinubu’s presidential victory.

“Am yet to see a video of people celebrating that he won. Especially the people in the North as usual with their bike parade on the street and all.” He said

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