BREAKING! American, Guterman calls for immediate arrest of Tinubu over drug trafficking
“Today would be a good day for Bola Tinubu to be arrested".
American, Guterman calls for immediate arrest of Tinubu over drug trafficking
Ahead of the much-talked-about May 29 inauguration for the transition of a new government, Jeffrey Guterman, a retired American psychotherapist, has called for the arrest of Nigeria’s president-elect, Bola Tinubu.
Guterman, a staunch supporter of Labour Party’s presidential candidate Peter Obi, made the call on Friday, April 14, via his verified Twitter handle @JeffreyGuterman
“Today would be a good day for Bola Tinubu to be arrested“.
Guterman’s tweet sparked a lot of mixed reactions among netizens who read several meanings to his tweet. While some hit back at him, others concurred with his tweet.
A supporter of Obi, @Mene_Adaobi, reacted to Guterman’s tweet saying
Tinubu is not in Nigeria and could only be arrested in France where he is currently on vacation.
“In France. Because we haven’t seen him in Nigeria after the Elections. It will be a Champagne Popping Friday.”
@zikikokwu24 said: “
@JeffreyGuterman you’re the General incharged of the vawulence department in the whole of United States.
“On behalf of millions of sensible Nigerians, we really appreciate all you and we love you, sir.”
“Justice may tarry but will surely have it’s way one day.. Thanks for being on the side of truth, Dr Jeffrey Guterman.”
Meanwhile, other reactions favoured Tinubu, as Guterman was greeted with a lot of criticism for his tweet calling for the arrest of Tinubu.
“Bro loves the obedient attention that he’s getting lol. He’s page use to be dry.”
“You can do that for us, continue. Maybe after 29 of may you’ll continue to be this relevant.”
Tinubu, on the other hand, wrote his name in the history books again when he was listed among the 100 most influential people in the world by the foremost American publication, Time Magazine.
The president-elect was listed alongside FIFA World Cup hero Lionel Messi and Pop legend Beyonce Knowles. Jagaban, as he is fondly called, joins the likes of Goodluck Jonathan, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and Tony Elumelu as Nigerians who have been listed over the years.