Startling revelations have emerged regarding the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) file associated with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
Investigative journalist David Hundeyin took to X today to shed light on the extensive nature of this documentation.
According to Hundeyin, who has been actively pursuing this information through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, the initial disclosure in response to last year’s FOIA request revealed that Tinubu’s FBI file was astonishingly over 70,000 pages long.
This revelation sent shockwaves on social media and raised numerous questions about the contents and implications of such an extensive file.
Hundeyin clarified that the 2,500 pages he requested and currently referenced resulted from a subsequent FOIA request to narrow the search criteria.
This development implies that there is still a considerable amount of undisclosed material within President Tinubu’s FBI file that has not been made public.
The nature of the information contained within these FBI files and its potential impact on Tinubu’s political career and the broader Nigerian political landscape remains a subject of intense speculation.
Various theories and conjectures have emerged regarding the reasons for such an extensive FBI file, but concrete details have yet to be revealed.
The disclosure by Hundeyin has further fueled public curiosity, with many eagerly awaiting additional information and details about the contents of Tinubu’s FBI file.