Strategic PBAT and Dr. Tijani’s ministerial debate!
Sir: President Bola Tinubu is indeed a product of gifted insults! Tinubu is providentially and undoubtedly fulfilling the envisioned progressive agendas of the late Chief MKO Abiola and Chief Obafemi Awolowo.
The two late sages will be turning with sacred joy in their peaceful catacombs.
Sarcastically, does the Labour Party lack or bereft of excellent and patriotic Obidient to put down for a position in the opposition party’s administration?
I wouldn’t have trusted Dr. Bosun Tijani’s youthful exuberance, sense of selfishness, and distorted judgment during the electioneering campaign.
Still, after listening to his presentation, I bowed to give him a chance to prove his changed mind about Tinubu’s administration.
As a youth and fallible human, we must give Tijani a chance and forgive all his youthful political iniquities. Tijani is a seemingly immature pedestrian, Obidient, and political neophyte. He is a brilliant and proven young man with social responsibilities to his constituency and Nigeria.
Conversely, Tijani might be an “unpatriotic” and seemingly untrustworthy Obidient, but PBAT as an all-inclusive and strategic leader, Tinubu, might have seen what we need to see. Let’s forgive Tijani and make him take a bow to NASS, and savour his mindfulness. We need his brilliance and youthfulness, not naughtiness, to bring the change required to our unfortunate nation.
Tijani might be an excellent political resource; more so, PBAT isn’t a vindictive politician. He is always motivated by what his enemies can strategically bring to the table. But Mr. Strategist-PBAT must beware of frenemies’ political traps—the admonition or warning is my honest observation of the political argy-bargy on Tijani.
Let me congratulate Tinubu for listening to responsible Nigerians by bringing youthful, dynamic, and accomplished diaspora Nigerians on board in the current nascent political dispensation. These young men and women are some promising young Nigerians yearning for the best in us and our dear country. Let us support them. The future of Nigeria remains bright and reassured! I believe!
Yahaya Balogun wrote from Arizona, the United States of America.
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