The Plane That Flew Ex President, Jammeh Out Of Gambia Belongs To Tinubu

Published 3 years ago by: Giwa bayo
at 23-01-2017 10:07AM (3 years ago)

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Indications have emerged that a plane belonging to the National Leader of All Progressives Congress ,APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu was used to fly ex-Gambian President, Mr. Yahaya Jammeh out of the country.
We learnt that the gesture was in furtherance of the reconciliatory efforts of the Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS, in the country where Jammeh’s refusal to relinquish power led to political crisis.
It was learnt that upon being contacted for the use of the aircraft, Tinubu, who was in Conakry at that time, agreed on condition that it should only be used for the purpose in order to restore peace and democracy in the country. The VP-CBT Falcon jet, which had been with Guinean President, Alpa Conde for days, was stationed in Banjul to ferry Jammeh out of the country after 22 years in power.
It was further gathered that Tinubu is a personal friend of President Conde. Conde and Mauritania’s President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz had spent much of Friday in Banjul persuading Jammeh to leave power.
On Saturday at 10.30 pm said  the plane had taken off for Guinea with Jammeh, his family and President Conde on board. The former Gambian leader was flown to Conakry where he would temporarily stay before leaving for Equatorial Guinea where he would live in exile. West African leaders did not agree to immunity for  Jammeh during negotiations that convinced Gambia’s longtime ruler to flee into exile, Senegal’s foreign minister said on Sunday. Jammeh, who is accused of serious rights violations, led his country for 22 years but refused to accept defeat in a December election. He flew out of the capital Banjul late on Saturday as a regional military force was poised to remove him. 


gogoman at 23-01-2017 10:40AM (3 years ago)
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So wetin that one come mean!!  tinubu na business man, if he rent his jet out that one no suppose be problem
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winace at 23-01-2017 11:11AM (3 years ago)
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Na their business be dat. Thrives and greedy pple called leaders. Rubbish
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akinmanchy at 23-01-2017 11:29AM (3 years ago)
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This news nor make any sense, any commercial plane fit carry anybody

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chukkychukky at 23-01-2017 11:57AM (3 years ago)
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thieves

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james987 at 23-01-2017 01:43PM (3 years ago)
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So make wetin happen na???
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kelemann at 23-01-2017 06:41PM (3 years ago)
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Air craft that was bought with stolen Naija money. I hail Apc and it's leader oooooo.
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kacylee at 23-01-2017 07:28PM (3 years ago)
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tinubu has his crooked hands in every porridge

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schmit at 23-01-2017 08:59PM (3 years ago)
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We know
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tommy70 at 23-01-2017 10:05PM (3 years ago)
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THIEF RESCUE THIEF,  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
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BournIdentity at 25-01-2017 02:50AM (3 years ago)
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So wetin that one come mean nw


Lyf na phase to face..,,,...,,.......
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Larry28 at 20-03-2017 02:55PM (2 years ago)
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ok
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Otikadinje at 21-03-2017 02:37PM (2 years ago)
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Is Tinubu too small to own a private jet after all he stole from this country Grin Grin Grin

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24magic at 21-03-2017 05:18PM (2 years ago)
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And where did he get money to buy a private jet. What's his business please
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