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Adamu Garba Begs Nigerians For Money To Purchase APC ₦100m Presidential Form

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Adamu Garba

Nigerian Politician, Adamu Garba, has taken to social media to seek for funds for the purchase the APC Presidential form.

Recall that the APC Presidential form is set at One Hundred Million Naira.

Adamu had earlier expressed his dissatisfaction with the price of the form, calling it Insensitive.

The politician took to his Twitter page to solicit for finance to enable him purchase the form.

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He wrote;

“I’ve made my life so transparent that if the young generations of Nigeria follow me on Business and Politics, you’ll find it easy to navigate and build on my successes and avoid my failures without the need for reading a book

Follow me. Somebody got to do this for our generation”

“Dear Nigerians,

My project with you has started.
To those of you who made pledges of donation, here is the account number
1008404148 | Zenith

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100M for the form is insensitive, but our collective contribution to get this form will send a strong signal that we care about Nigeria”

Meanwhile some Nigerian have

Majority of Nigerians who commented on the post took him to the cleaners.

Below are some of the reactions:

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@_AsiwajuLerry said, “You’re doing bambiala on the app that you so much wanted to have banned years ago, every time I think you’ve hit the lowest point of your shallow thinking, you come out with a bigger clown face.”
@DanielRegha said, “Adamu Garba even if by luck some gullib!e Nigerians fall for ur lies & help u raise a N100m, u can not win the primary election; U are just an addition to the list of presidential aspirants but the public doesn’t rate u one bit. U seem d!sorganized, get ur l!fe together first.”
@Varnessa28 wrote, “You all do know he has the money right? And just needs justification for it? So he can say Nigerians contributed the money rather than explaining where he got the money from. He is looking for an alibi and he chose Twitter.”
Tweeting via @SamdGreat01, one Samuel Ajayi wrote, “For your role during the #EndSARS protests, I imagine people dropping #1, #2, #10, #50 with the description ‘ENDSARS protest’. It will be nice to see the reaction of our proactive banks.”

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