Why I Don’t Like Tinubu – By Okeke Godwin Iyke

Buhari, Tinubu and Atiku
  • I do not admire Tinubu because he is a saint.
  • I do not admire Tinubu because he is from the south.
  • I do not admire Tinubu because he is a Yoruba.
  • If I want saints, I will proceed to heaven not on earth. Every human is fallible.
  • I admire Tinubu because:
  • He saved Nigeria from the danger of falling into “one-party state“.
  • He has nurtured many renowned National successors.
  • He listened to the voice of the masses to surrender his personal ambition at the most critical moment.
  • He strategically terminated PDP’s projected 60 years life spa in 16 years.
  • The robust critic and critique we are enjoying today is because Tinubu aligned himself to the masses to return the power to them.
  • Tinubu has the option of joining the PDP elites to hold us hostage for another decade but he gave his all to the masses to dethrone the elites.
  • Political juveniles believed that APC won because of the votes from the North. No!!!
  • APC victory was cemented the day PMB and Asiwaju resolved to work together.
    Asiwaju and PMB almost became a Nomadic by visiting every human that can help midwife Nigeria salvation.
  • Those Nomadic Almajiri walk later brought salvation to us.
  • God willing, PMB is the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
  • Asiwaju changed GMB and gave us PMB wiping off GEJ from our political lexicon in 2015.
  • Anybody, any cabal, any Viju milk activist, attempting to humiliate Asiwaju must have me to contend with.
  • An average PDP man is sad with Asiwaju because he brought them to their knee.
  • If anyone thinks that Bringing down Asiwaju is his project, that mission will not only crash but it will boomerang.
  • Don’t tell me he is overbearing because your “underbearing” mentors were nowhere to be found when this country was lying critically at the intensive care of the universe.
  • Recall my first line, Asiwaju is not a saint. Stop demonising what you admire out of envy. Even your mentors admire him.
  • He owns Lagos! I hear you! Ask your grand father and parents how they acquired your so called “family land”. Is it God that allocated it to them?
  • You are terrorizing your neighbours and village with your kpof-kpof kobo yet you criticise a man that is naturally addicted to technocrats irrespective of their tribe or Religion.
  • Hmmmmm. I don talk am ooo, Asiwaju is not a political office holder oooo.
  • Please let him be.
  • He is evil, I agree, but we need more of him than your saintly specie.
  • Dear Asiwaju,
  • Good Morning!
  • The gentle stride of a tiger is not a symbol of cowardice.


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