The Director-General of the Tinubu Support Management Council, Abdulmumin Jibrin, has disclosed two of the numerous streams of income of presidential hopeful, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
In a statement on Wednesday, Jibrin claimed that the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has huge shares in Apple and Manchester United.
The former lawmaker expressed shock that Tinubu owned large shares in the technology company and also own a sizeable amount of shares in the English football club.
Jibrin disclosed that Tinubu shared the information with him while he was watching football with the former Lagos governor recently in his residence.
According to Jibrin, the presidential hopeful has been funding pro-democracy groups with his resources since the 1990s, stressing that nobody has disputed the stated fact.
The former member of the Green Chamber advised those asking for Tinubu’s source of wealth should know that his principal is not corrupt and stop linking him with corruption.
He said: “I was shocked to discover that Asiwaju has enormous shares in Apple Corporation, and also lately while watching football with him, I also discovered that he is a big shareholder in Manchester United.
“Asiwaju has been funding pro-democracy groups since the 1990s, using his investment to support them. No one has disputed this fact. Why were they not asking him where he got his money then?“