2023: Why Tinubu Is Not Fit To Be Nigeria President – Onus Obinyan Writes

Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu

Ace Nigerian entertainment writer, journalist Onus Obinyan has the Lagos State former governor and All Progressive Party Chieftain, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is not fit to run the affairs of World’s most populated blacks country, Nigeria.

In a short article exclusively sent to Zebra News, Onus while highlighting some of the challenges Nigeria may face, if Tinubu is elected President, also prefer solution as to what must be done to avoid a reoccurrence of what happened in 2015. Below is his full post;

“Meanwhile, it is becoming clearer and clearer that the living legend, Bola Ahmed Tinubu is struggling to coordinate himself psychologically and mentally. We might pin this on “senility.”

“A natural occurrence, not his fault. So, we have a seriously crippling problem as a nation if we allow him contest Presidency and win. Bola Ahmed Tinubu is not fit to run this nation.”

“He is bumbling all over the place. This should not be overlooked by his overzealous supporters and “eye service bandits” because na all of us go suffer am again”.

“He is no longer articulate, he is physically frail, so “medical tourism” na must. It is sad. Now, he needs to apply wisdom and tact.”

“He should withdraw from the race for Presidency 2023 and throw his weight unfettered behind Yemi Osinbajo. This will heighten respect for him and cement his status as a Political legend.”

“Na magic e go be. Yes! Bola Ahmed Tinubu backing Osinbajo fully will be the best thing to happen to Nigeria in ages.”

“It will be his final, best move in his political career to relegate deep into the annals of Nigeria’s political history his collosal error in backing President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015.”

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Onus Obinyan Writes from Lagos.

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