Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu in his first interview with BBC said none of the major co-contestants for the Nigerian presidency has a better track record in governance than he has.
He was asked by BBC Africa’s Peter Okwoche who out of Atiku Abubakar or Peter Obi would get his vote if he were not running for presidency.
Tinubu shot back: ‘None’.
He dismissed them for lacking competence and disagreed with the interviewer that Obi is young.
“Young where? Having been governor of Anambra state?”, he replied and then went on to state why he is the best candidate.
He said none of his opponents can match his track record as governor of Lagos between 1999 and 2007.
Tinubu also described speculations about his wealth as a product of envy, asking the interviewer whether he is privy to his bank account.
He said as governor, he was the most investigated and nothing was found.
He also spoke about his priorities and why he deserves the votes of Nigerians.