‘Powerful Politicians Using Tsav To Divide Ortom, Buhari’
However, in a swift reaction, Tsav denied being hired by any person or group of politicians, stressing that he is neither into politics nor does he belong to any political party.
He disclosed that he actually wrote a petition against Governor Ortom to the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission, (ICPC) when he was in the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) during George Akume’s administration, saying he would not revisit the document.
While insisting that he would always criticize Governor Ortom for any wrong doing, Tsav debunked insinuations that he converted to Islam in search of position and promotion in the Police Force. He said that he was born a Muslim with Muslim parents.
He declared: “I am an old man and nobody can use me. I am not a card-carrying member of any party. I know why I am criticizing him; even if Buhari does any thing wrong I will criticize him. To me, whoever is sincere I will support that person.”