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Uncovered! Tinubu’s camp paying Yoruba youth, using fake Igbo names to push inciting tribal narratives - ITREALMS

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It has been uncovered that Bola Ahmed Tinubu's camp for the 2023 general election, is paying some Yoruba youth to use fake Igbo names to push inciting tribal narratives on social media, reports 

Confirming this, a seasoned tweep identified as Ade Razak @AdeRazakGold on Twitter, busted the secret plans by those he called 'Tinubu’s camp' to unleash hate speeches and push tribal content to pitch Yorubas against Ndigbo.

This is coming as some of them are now changing their real names to fake Igbo names to create tribal narratives.

According to a tweet on his handle Sunday midday, Ade revealed that Tinubu's camp met last week Wednesday and agreed to push tribal content since its obvious to them most Yorubas are tilting toward supporting Peter Obi based on competence.

He, therefore, advised Ndigbo in general and supporters of Obi-Datti Movement to beware and ignore them.


"If you are supporting Peter Obi, stay away from tribalistic tweets from Tinubu's camp.

"They met on Wednesday & agreed to push tribal content to pit Yorubas against Igbos since they see majority of Yorubas tilt to Peter Obi because of competence.

"Please ignore them!!"

Industry watchers recalled that just last weekend, the damning video of Senator Oluremi Tinubu made during the last elections surfaced again, alongside some other inconsequential write ups targeted on arousing anger with false claims against Ndigbo.

As cautioned by Ade Razak last Saturday, “New Hint: We are entering phase 2 of Tinub’s team propaganda – Yoruba vs Igbo rift. Their Igbo name accounts will spew anti-Yoruba tweets, then they will reply and publicise.

“The aim is to move more Yorubas to BAT, data shows good thinking Nigerians detest BAT. Don’t faill for it,” Razak warned.

Another concerned Nigerian, @AbiodunOmole5 noted that "This generation of voters have moved beyond politics of ethnicity or religious ideation, what matters now is integrity, competency, credibility and character The next President must be able to demonstrate zero tolerance for corruption and be accountable and no selfish interest."

While yet another going by the name Magna Tata @woodengong, said the truth is spreading and will heal ethnic wounds in the country. Asserting that, "The enemies of our true oneness as a national have lost this battle. We shall keep heralding this message of oneness."

Whereas @EfiGreat advised well-meaning Nigerians to insist on issue based conversations; maintaining that "Your tribe or religious conception will not bring Naira back to N180/$. Is it going to stop the galloping inflation of food prices. Unemployment and lack of export? Focus on issues."

Further, @AdeRazakGold raised alarm on their new tactics of using Igbo names to create social media handles and or even changing some, especially redundant handles on Twitter before now.

He cited an instance with one false Twitter account with “Chioma @Anyim_Anyim,” who purportedly joined Twitter in August 2019 with less than 400 following and followers respectively and has been converted as one of the stooges for BAT2023.
It was also gathered that some of those working on the ill-conceived #BATwagoneffect with @TundeEddnut were being paid as revealed by the fake 'Chioma' after her infamous tweet and sharing of her First Bank account, 3055259610 with the real name of “ADEFILA Modupe Esther.”

‘Chioma had asked in a retweet from Tinubu/Shettima Media Support ‘Where will you be voting Asiwaju Tinubu From?”

As at the time of filing this report, most likely is that fake ‘Chioma @Anyim_Anyim’ may have reported as fake which triggered the pulling down of the account as a further investigation revealed “This account does not exist” on Twitter.

Equally as at the time of filing this report, some Obi-Datti supporters have commenced sending alms to the First Bank account with some sending as low as N100 and N2000, since she has been identified as destitute.

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