TINUBU’S $460,000 US TAX: APC, PDP campaigns alternate phrases

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Tinubu has questions to reply over $460,000 forfeiture, PDP insists

ABUJA-THE All Progressives Congress, APC, and Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Presidential Campaign Councils, PCCs, have been at every other’s jugular yesterday, over the $460,000 deducted from the money owed of the APC Presidential flagbearer, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, withinside the United States of America, U.S.

The Chief Spokesman of the Tinubu-Shettima Presidential Campaign Council, Mr. Festus Keyamo stated that the $460,000 changed into tax deducted from one of the 10 money owed related to Tinubu and pooh-poohed the files he attributed to the PDP, which can be circulating withinside the social media, which accused Tinubu of drug offers at the same time as he lived withinside the US.

However, the PDP insisted that Tinubu has a whole lot of causes to do and disregarded what it defined as Keyamo’s “lively attempts” to deflect interest from his principal’s questionable past.

$460,000 deducted changed into for tax on Tinubu’s investments – KEYAMO

Keyamo stated $460,000 changed into deducted from one of the 10 money owed related to the APC presidential candidate as tax on funding domiciled in US banks, at the same time as he lived in America withinside the 1990s.

Keyamo, who spoke on Channels’ Television’s ”Today Politics” programme on Wednesday night, insisted that there has been no crook indictment or conviction in opposition to Tinubu, alleging that the competition PDP changed into in the back of the reincarnation of the debatable courtroom docket document.

Samuel Alexander

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