By Nasir Onujabe
“What God has signed no man reverses it” – an African adage says.
Tinubu will be officially sworn in by May 29, 2023 as the President and Commander-in- Chief of Armed Forces of Federal Republic of Nigeria against all odds and ephemera hope of the opposition on the possible stoppage of the inauguration.
Tinubu all his life has been on the progressive side fighting for just society where due process and true democracy prevails. He has played host to many political travails via the military juntas and as well as civil rule most especially during Chief Olusegun Obasanjo’s regime.
He is the only Nigeria politician that has refused to undergo political flirts by cross carpeting from one political party to the other, the worst he can do is to go on alignment maintaining his identity to win an election.
He is a single Nigeria politician, who built a democratic success from one state to the entire nation. He has used his hard earned money to makq1e people, nurtured and sustained political movement. One can see that Tinubu’s “Rome” was never built in a day.
Tinubu has touched many lives most especially the less privileged and believe strongly in human resource for societal growth. He built bridges across the nation for possible reach out for cordial relationship.
Tinubu doesn’t believe there is political enemies as he treats everyone equally based on his political ideologies and philosophies.
He’s never a neophyte in governance being an accomplished man in the field of development and modern/smart society. Asiwaju needs no length of time to hit the ground running since he has on his palm all the political players to be fixed in one wing or the other.
His coming is divine considering the drama that played out right from the primary to the general election. First time Nigeria will be having undiluted or hybrid democrat as president of the country.
He is familiar with business terrain, economic reconstruction and masterpiece on problem solving.
Congratulations to Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the Jargaban!!!
Dr. Onujabe Nasir writes from Abuja.