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Kola Abiola Not Fit To Be President, Can’t Manage Father’s Empire, Says MKO’s Son, Abdulmumuni

Abdulmumuni lamented Kola’s inability to uphold MKO Abiola’s political legacy and maintain family unity

Abdulmumuni Abiola, one of the sons of the winner of the June 12, 1993 presidential election, the late MKO Abiola, has criticised the poor handling of his father’s legacies by Kola Abiola, his elder brother and the first son of the late business mogul .

In a recent interview on Seun Okinbaloye’s podcast – “Mic On,” he expressed doubts about his elder brother’s ability to lead Nigeria

Abdulmumuni’s comments highlight internal family tensions and dissatisfaction with Kola’s handling of their father’s legacy.

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Kola Abiola, who contested the 2023 presidential election under the Peoples Redemption Party, faced criticism from his brother for his management of their father’s estate and his political ambitions.

Abdulmumuni noted that Kola “failed in his duty to manage Abiola’s empire,” reflecting a broader discontent with his performance.

Abdulmumuni l lamented Kola’s inability to uphold MKO Abiola’s political legacy and maintain family unity. “MKO Abiola’s legacy would have been properly sustained if Kola was in a better position. And he could have been a voice of better democratic values, but he chose not to,” Abdul remarked.

He further criticized Kola’s priorities during their father’s imprisonment, stating that, “During the time my father was still in jail, he was busy (with other things). It’s sad, but I’m a little pleased that my father didn’t come out to see what his first son has become.”

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