Timi Frank Urges President Bola Tinubu to Resign Amid FBI and CIA Records Release

A former deputy national publicity secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Timi Frank, has called on President Bola Tinubu to step down from his position before the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of the United States of America release potentially damaging records related to him.

Background of the Issue

The FBI had previously announced its intention to release approximately 2,500 documents related to President Tinubu in its database in October.

In response, Tinubu initiated legal action to prevent the FBI, CIA, and other United States agencies from disclosing these documents.

Timi Frank’s Perspective

Timi Frank expressed his bewilderment at President Tinubu’s efforts to block the release of records by the FBI and CIA, suggesting that these actions implied a desire to conceal information.

He maintained that Tinubu’s legal actions only reinforce the notion that there are potentially damaging records about him that he does not want the public, both in Nigeria and globally, to access.

Call for Resignation

Frank urged President Tinubu to resign from his position before the release of records by the FBI and CIA that could potentially bring disgrace.

He emphasized that attempts to prevent the release of these records could not deter Nigerians from asking questions or American security agencies from fulfilling their duties.

Frank concluded by drawing attention to previous attempts by President Tinubu to block the release of his records, such as those from the Chicago State University (CSU), asserting that such efforts had failed in the past and would likely be unsuccessful in blocking the forthcoming disclosure of records.

He asserted that if President Tinubu was truly committed to serving the people, he should be open to scrutiny and allow the public to inquire about his background and educational history.

As the controversy surrounding the release of records intensifies, Timi Frank’s call for President Tinubu to step down adds to the ongoing debate about transparency and accountability in Nigerian politics.

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