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Build up Nigeria tackles Sowore’s ‘Zero tolerance to Freedom of Association’

So here is the political gist of the week. John Mikel Obi‪ and Kelechi Iheanacho were pictured visiting Yahaya Bello, Sowore calls them Shameless opportunistic celebrities in a Facebook post he shared. See it below.

Meanwhile, Sowore forgot he was once spotted with some of the same Politicians in the past – rather those times were not shameless or opportunistic. Build up Nigeria took its time to look for the picture Sowore was found among what is supposed to be birds of a father. See the picture below and how it was captioned by BUN.

“When Omoyele Sowore was romancing with Muhammadu Buhari, Nasir El-Rufai and Sanusi Lamido, he did not think it was opportunistic. But now that John Mikel Obi‪ and Kelechi Iheanacho are visiting Yahaya Bello, he calls them opportunists. Is there no freedom of association again? These young men are either millionaires in dollars or close. Why must we imply that their visit is about money? Must everyone support Sowore or who he supports? Recall that you also condemned Burna Boy and he went on to win a Grammy. Now that you are condemning these boys that are young enough to be your sons, maybe God will also promote them. In any case, it is better to be an opportunist than a backstabbing blackmailer! ‬”

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