*Ex-Lagos deputy governor, Sinatu Ojikutu, vows to renounce citizenship before Tinubu’s inauguration*

A former deputy governor of Lagos State, Alhaja Sinatu Ojikutu, says she is currently in the process of renouncing her Nigerian citizenship following the emergence of Bola Tinubu as the President-elect.

Ojikutu who was deputy governor to Michael Otedola between 1992 to 1993 disclosed this during a process conference in her Lagos residence.

According to her, she has been humiliated and ostracised because of her lingering battle with the former Lagos state governor as well as her views on the 2023 general election. She said she is of the view that it was the turn of the South East to take over the presidency in 2023. Ojikutu said all efforts to resolve the differences she had with Tinubu since she was made a Commissioner representing Lagos State at the Federal Character Commission had been unsuccessful.

While lamenting over the state of the nation, she said she is no longer proud to be a former public office holder. She stated that those who are not satisfied with the outcome of the elections have a right to challenge it in court. She expressed disappointment at the various attempts by some individuals to label those challenging the electioneering process as people committing a treasonable offence


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