Bobo Chicago Bola Tinubu is said to be very mad at the way he is being treated by president-elect Buhahahari.
Tinubu, who was one of the main financiers of the Buhahari campaign, has slowly been marginalised by the incoming administration.
The former Lagos State governor thought he would decide who should be in the transition committe, but Buhahari only allowed him one nominee, and didn’t agree that the Tinubu placeman should chair the committee. Ministerial appointments is another issue tearing the allies apart.
Tinubu’s stooge and vice president-elect, Yemi Osinbajo, is also out of the loop as the incoming administration makes plans for their first few months in office. While Buhahari plots his moves from his base in Defence House Abuja, his Number Two has spent most of the time twiddling his thumbs in Lagos.
Our source claimed that the relationship between Bobo Chicago and Buhahari has soured so much that the Lagos mobster has commissioned “one or two documentaries” to be aired on TV “exposing” the president-elect.
Tinubu is also said to be holding a series of meetings and plotting with incoming federal legislators on initial steps to impeach the new president, a few months into his term.