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Bola Ahmed Tinubu: "Emi lokan and Sons" Nigeria Limited

Bola Ahmed Tinubu: "Emi lokan and Sons" Nigeria Limited

By Bolaji O. Akinyemi.



The overbearing influence of Seyi Tinubu over state affairs was first noticed prior to the Lekki Toll gate massacre of Nigerian youths who were out on a peaceful protest against police brutality. Seyi's company is alleged to hold the monopoly of right to the lighting and the camera system at the facility. Though, his role, or of the company was hidden from the prying eyes of the public but its effect set the stage for what will become the worse state onslaught against peaceful and unarmed civilians in human history. They set the stage for what was to follow by switching off the lights before the military opened fire on the citizens, sending countless to early grave. Till date, lack of public transparency still trails the tragedy.


The President and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces at that time was Muhammadu Buhari, who by implication is responsible for ordering the shoot at sight of the peaceful protesters.


The worst human puppet in the history of national leadership, once you can find a narrative to appeal to his ego you have pulled the string to get the puppet to dance to your sound. Buhari will later confess what the narrative that got the order out was; "the young people want to overthrow my Government"!


Who pulled the string on the President?


Though unseen, Seyi and Father's hands can't be exonerated from the deaths at the toll gate, while the yoke remains Buhari's burden to bear. Truth has never been buried successfully, if time doesn't reveal it, characters will! 


Our King had hardly been crowned when the first son of Pastor Remi Tinubu for the President, Oluwaseyifunmi Tinubu , the Crown Prince of Lagos State and the Olu-Omo of Nigeria showed us their families mission to power. He showed up in the chamber of the state house pacing up and down needlessly during the Federal Executive Council meeting. The rudeness of his conduct not even his father could keep his pretence of. He was forced as it looks now, against his will to openly rebuke his son. Seyi according to Mr. President has no business being in the chamber during the FEC meeting.


Please, what business then does he have to be on the entourage to Qatar?


Tinubu said he will cut the cost of governance by limiting his entourage on foreign trips to 20 persons after the national outcry that greeted the trip to the COP28 UN Climate Change Conference in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates where over 1400 delegates were alleged to have made the trip, and about 590 of them were sponsored by the government at an alleged cost of #885 million to taxpayers.


"Emi lokan"; seems to be clearly defined, "Emi lokan and Sons" Nigeria Limited!


The entourage to Qatar included 3 members of the Tinubu immediate and extended family, 35 members of the main body who arrived in 2 separate jets and an advance team estimated at 40 persons who also flew in a separate jet. 


In all, 3 jets from the presidential fleet landed in Qatar, with about 70 persons, excluding flight crew of 15 persons for 3 aircraft.


The Presidency' s ear is lost. It is one which is not ready to be corrected . He has successfully surrounded himself with YES men; sycophants and hypocrites?


No man of conscience should spare Tinubu and sons on this! 


I read a friend of mine who is an APC chieftain on the WhatsApp Platform of my Media friends and I was sorry for the President and his family. He wrote; 


"This eyesore and hideous incident is another low for Tinubu as a leader. I was appalled and disgusted because this is coming when Nigerians are in pain, despair, hungry and angry about how they are being governed.

One can just imagine how the Qatari officials will be thinking when the President's sons who are not government officials or known investors could be there to talk less of being introduced before the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

I wish one could hear how Tinubu introduced his two sons. 


Would he say: 



"Meet Oluwaseyifunmi Tinubu my son, the first son of the Federal Republic of Nigeria". 


And again: 


"This is Oluwayinka Tinubu, the Second Son of The Federal Republic of Nigeria".



I'm just wondering what will be going through the mind of the Qataris.



This is impunity taken to the highest level. It is highly provocative and nauseating. It is disrespectful to all Nigerians. Tinubu is democratically elected as President and not as a King in a Monarchical country. It is high time people who are close to this president talked some senses into his head. He should cease from insulting and disrespecting us.


There is a thick cloud over this country. No one knows the straw that will break the carmel's back".


If my friend was angry with the President and his sons, I would not! My anger is with men who failed to lift up their heads when it matters, led by the Honourable? Can we in all honesty still retain any honour for men who couldn't stand up for their own honours? 


Qatar's order of protocol is the most dishonouring one I have seen in my 57 years of life. Next to Tinubu and sons in order of protocol were, Ambassador Yusuf Maitama Tuggar, the Foreign Affairs Minister . The Minister was joined on the line of shame by the elected Governors of Borno and Kaduna, their Excellencies Babagana Zulum and Uba Sani. The Minister of Finance and the Coordinating Minister of the Economy, Mr Wale Edun, made the line with Dele Alake, Minister for Solid Minerals, same for Nuhu Ribadu Defence Adviser, Mele Kyari, the Group Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria National Petroleum Company Limited, and the parrot at the Villa Ajuri Ngalele completed the line of "Iwofas"(serfs) who filed behind Oluwaseyifunmi and Oluwayimika Tinubu. 


Church Ministries like public Ministries are held in trust for the people. Many don't understand it when we demand succession transparency and accountability for leaders of Churches. This conduct is not different from what the attitude of our church leaders are.


I assumed they managed the situation by not walking away from that line of protocol. I have waited to see a resignation by any of the appointees and a media chiding of what the elected Governors were subjected to by the sons of Tinubu but I seem to be waiting in vain to see if any iota of honour is still left with these men that should compell them to resign for breach of protocol and gross disrespect to their offices upon their return to Nigeria.


Dr Reuben Abati, who studied protocol for four years, who wrote and passed exams according to him, asked; “Are the sons of the President not gainfully employed?”. 


And I also want to remind Sade, Seyi and Yinka that they are adults and not dependants of the President. 


They should focus on their own careers".


What seems to be a rumour before 2023 that the President Bola Tinubu wanted Seyi Tinubu as the Governorship candidate for Lagos State seems to be adding up. I think we should be prepared for Seyi in Lagos as Governor in 2027. Mummy back to the Senate for senate Presidency and Oluwayimika can make do with the Chief of staff to his father. Please, don't dare say it is not possible! What have you done to the embarrassing impossibility that has become our reality in Qatar?


The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamid, after his warm embrace of PBAT was led in hand by the President to the most senior official of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on his entourage without official Portfolio! Mr Oluwaseyifunmi Tinubu followed in order of seniority of protocol by Oluwayimika Tinubu!


Many Nigerians had risen in defence of this indefensible!


What have you seen in the media against this Institutional nepotism by Tinubu? Buhari was no where near this, when crumbs seeking South West Media descended on him. Where are they now? They are shut up by Awa lokan! If not for the Arise Team that raised this, it probably would have gone unnoticed!


Tinubu has exceeded Buhari in nepotism with the appointment of his son-in-law as DG FHA, his brother as a Minister, now his sons were presented to the world as the most senior officials from Nigeria after their father; even though they were banned from attending FEC meeting!


A pity, if Nigerians can't see this "Emi lokan and Sons" Nigeria Limited coming and rise against it!



Dr Bolaji O. Akinyemi is an Apostle and Nation Builder. He's also President Voice of His Word Ministries and Convener Apostolic Round Table.


email:[email protected]


Facebook: Bolaji Akinyemi.


X: Bolaji O Akinyemi.


Instagram: bolajioakinyemi.


Phone: +2348033041236

By Bolaji O. Akinyemi.



The overbearing influence of Seyi Tinubu over state affairs was first noticed prior to the Lekki Toll gate massacre of Nigerian youths who were out on a peaceful protest against police brutality. Seyi's company is alleged to hold the monopoly of right to the lighting and the camera system at the facility. Though, his role, or of the company was hidden from the prying eyes of the public but its effect set the stage for what will become the worse state onslaught against peaceful and unarmed civilians in human history. They set the stage for what was to follow by switching off the lights before the military opened fire on the citizens, sending countless to early grave. Till date, lack of public transparency still trails the tragedy.


The President and Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces at that time was Muhammadu Buhari, who by implication is responsible for ordering the shoot at sight of the peaceful protesters.


The worst human puppet in the history of national leadership, once you can find a narrative to appeal to his ego you have pulled the string to get the puppet to dance to your sound. Buhari will later confess what the narrative that got the order out was; "the young people want to overthrow my Government"!


Who pulled the string on the President?


Though unseen, Seyi and Father's hands can't be exonerated from the deaths at the toll gate, while the yoke remains Buhari's burden to bear. Truth has never been buried successfully, if time doesn't reveal it, characters will! 


Our King had hardly been crowned when the first son of Pastor Remi Tinubu for the President, Oluwaseyifunmi Tinubu , the Crown Prince of Lagos State and the Olu-Omo of Nigeria showed us their families mission to power. He showed up in the chamber of the state house pacing up and down needlessly during the Federal Executive Council meeting. The rudeness of his conduct not even his father could keep his pretence of. He was forced as it looks now, against his will to openly rebuke his son. Seyi according to Mr. President has no business being in the chamber during the FEC meeting.


Please, what business then does he have to be on the entourage to Qatar?


Tinubu said he will cut the cost of governance by limiting his entourage on foreign trips to 20 persons after the national outcry that greeted the trip to the COP28 UN Climate Change Conference in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates where over 1400 delegates were alleged to have made the trip, and about 590 of them were sponsored by the government at an alleged cost of #885 million to taxpayers.


"Emi lokan"; seems to be clearly defined, "Emi lokan and Sons" Nigeria Limited!


The entourage to Qatar included 3 members of the Tinubu immediate and extended family, 35 members of the main body who arrived in 2 separate jets and an advance team estimated at 40 persons who also flew in a separate jet. 


In all, 3 jets from the presidential fleet landed in Qatar, with about 70 persons, excluding flight crew of 15 persons for 3 aircraft.


The Presidency' s ear is lost. It is one which is not ready to be corrected . He has successfully surrounded himself with YES men; sycophants and hypocrites?


No man of conscience should spare Tinubu and sons on this! 


I read a friend of mine who is an APC chieftain on the WhatsApp Platform of my Media friends and I was sorry for the President and his family. He wrote; 


"This eyesore and hideous incident is another low for Tinubu as a leader. I was appalled and disgusted because this is coming when Nigerians are in pain, despair, hungry and angry about how they are being governed.

One can just imagine how the Qatari officials will be thinking when the President's sons who are not government officials or known investors could be there to talk less of being introduced before the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

I wish one could hear how Tinubu introduced his two sons. 


Would he say: 



"Meet Oluwaseyifunmi Tinubu my son, the first son of the Federal Republic of Nigeria". 


And again: 


"This is Oluwayinka Tinubu, the Second Son of The Federal Republic of Nigeria".



I'm just wondering what will be going through the mind of the Qataris.



This is impunity taken to the highest level. It is highly provocative and nauseating. It is disrespectful to all Nigerians. Tinubu is democratically elected as President and not as a King in a Monarchical country. It is high time people who are close to this president talked some senses into his head. He should cease from insulting and disrespecting us.


There is a thick cloud over this country. No one knows the straw that will break the carmel's back".


If my friend was angry with the President and his sons, I would not! My anger is with men who failed to lift up their heads when it matters, led by the Honourable? Can we in all honesty still retain any honour for men who couldn't stand up for their own honours? 


Qatar's order of protocol is the most dishonouring one I have seen in my 57 years of life. Next to Tinubu and sons in order of protocol were, Ambassador Yusuf Maitama Tuggar, the Foreign Affairs Minister . The Minister was joined on the line of shame by the elected Governors of Borno and Kaduna, their Excellencies Babagana Zulum and Uba Sani. The Minister of Finance and the Coordinating Minister of the Economy, Mr Wale Edun, made the line with Dele Alake, Minister for Solid Minerals, same for Nuhu Ribadu Defence Adviser, Mele Kyari, the Group Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria National Petroleum Company Limited, and the parrot at the Villa Ajuri Ngalele completed the line of "Iwofas"(serfs) who filed behind Oluwaseyifunmi and Oluwayimika Tinubu. 


Church Ministries like public Ministries are held in trust for the people. Many don't understand it when we demand succession transparency and accountability for leaders of Churches. This conduct is not different from what the attitude of our church leaders are.


I assumed they managed the situation by not walking away from that line of protocol. I have waited to see a resignation by any of the appointees and a media chiding of what the elected Governors were subjected to by the sons of Tinubu but I seem to be waiting in vain to see if any iota of honour is still left with these men that should compell them to resign for breach of protocol and gross disrespect to their offices upon their return to Nigeria.


Dr Reuben Abati, who studied protocol for four years, who wrote and passed exams according to him, asked; “Are the sons of the President not gainfully employed?”. 


And I also want to remind Sade, Seyi and Yinka that they are adults and not dependants of the President. 


They should focus on their own careers".


What seems to be a rumour before 2023 that the President Bola Tinubu wanted Seyi Tinubu as the Governorship candidate for Lagos State seems to be adding up. I think we should be prepared for Seyi in Lagos as Governor in 2027. Mummy back to the Senate for senate Presidency and Oluwayimika can make do with the Chief of staff to his father. Please, don't dare say it is not possible! What have you done to the embarrassing impossibility that has become our reality in Qatar?


The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamid, after his warm embrace of PBAT was led in hand by the President to the most senior official of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on his entourage without official Portfolio! Mr Oluwaseyifunmi Tinubu followed in order of seniority of protocol by Oluwayimika Tinubu!


Many Nigerians had risen in defence of this indefensible!


What have you seen in the media against this Institutional nepotism by Tinubu? Buhari was no where near this, when crumbs seeking South West Media descended on him. Where are they now? They are shut up by Awa lokan! If not for the Arise Team that raised this, it probably would have gone unnoticed!


Tinubu has exceeded Buhari in nepotism with the appointment of his son-in-law as DG FHA, his brother as a Minister, now his sons were presented to the world as the most senior officials from Nigeria after their father; even though they were banned from attending FEC meeting!


A pity, if Nigerians can't see this "Emi lokan and Sons" Nigeria Limited coming and rise against it!



Dr Bolaji O. Akinyemi is an Apostle and Nation Builder. He's also President Voice of His Word Ministries and Convener Apostolic Round Table.


email:[email protected]


Facebook: Bolaji Akinyemi.


X: Bolaji O Akinyemi.


Instagram: bolajioakinyemi.


Phone: +2348033041236

Northern Nigerian Group Withdraws Support For Rotational Presidency, Accuses President Tinubu Of Short-Changing Region

Northern Nigerian Group Withdraws Support For Rotational Presidency, Accuses President Tinubu Of Short-Changing Region

 

Addressing journalists on the new move, the president of the group, Senator Ahmad Abubakar Moallayidi alleged that Northern Nigeria was short-changed by the Tinubu administration, despite its numerical strength to determine the political direction and the leadership of the country.



A socio-political group, Arewa New Agenda (ANA), has emerged with a focus on repositioning the northern region as a dominant force in Nigeria.


ANA, on Thursday in Yola, the Adamawa state capital, declared its opposing stance on the rotational presidency, alluding to President Bola Tinubu's "it is my turn" comment before the 2023 election.


Addressing journalists on the new move, the president of the group, Senator Ahmad Abubakar Moallayidi alleged that Northern Nigeria was short-changed by the Tinubu administration, despite its numerical strength to determine the political direction and the leadership of the country.


According to him, President Tinubu had abandoned the North, which gave him the bulk of the ballots that brought him to power.


He also lamented that despite its rich endowment with both human and natural resources, the region has been plagued with the multiple challenges of poverty, illiteracy and insecurity.


Moallayidi boasted that ANA's goal is to right the wrongs of the past by mobilising the younger generation of northerners, in particular, to confront the region's myriad of challenges.


He said, "Everybody knows that here in northern Nigeria we have a lot of problems. So our focus, even before the election was that what is in it for northern Nigeria?


"Of course, when the APC was formed everybody endorsed General Muhammadu Buhari from the North. The other part of the country, especially the southwest, which came to form the alliance, asked for a lot of things which were granted; one of which was power shift to the south.


"Now that the power is there, what is in it for the North? This is what I and my colleagues have been asking but we could not get an answer. So we decided we shouldn't just sit back to continue in a turn-by-turn presidential system. 


"Turn-by-turn doesn't make sense! Turn-by-turn is not democracy, you know that; you're just shifting the mantle of leadership, not that you're doing democracy. And you also know that whatever form of government you have, you know that people must have dividends of that form of government.


"This is what Arewa New Agenda is trying to project; that in this government now what is in it for us in the North? But we were not given an answer! Of course, you know that the bulk of what forms any government in Nigeria, not just the APC, 70 per cent of it is from the North."


Moallayidi further averred that the ANA was poised to reposition the North to redefine its status as a dominant player in the country.


“We have to take our own destiny in our own hands; we'll not go begging. We'll harness agricultural potentials, livestock and other natural resources found deposited in all the states of the North," he added.


ANA was formed by notable northerners, consisting of the political elite and technocrats in the ranks of the former Head of Service of the Federation, Yayale Ahmed, Senator Jonathan Silas Zwingina, among others.

 

Addressing journalists on the new move, the president of the group, Senator Ahmad Abubakar Moallayidi alleged that Northern Nigeria was short-changed by the Tinubu administration, despite its numerical strength to determine the political direction and the leadership of the country.



A socio-political group, Arewa New Agenda (ANA), has emerged with a focus on repositioning the northern region as a dominant force in Nigeria.


ANA, on Thursday in Yola, the Adamawa state capital, declared its opposing stance on the rotational presidency, alluding to President Bola Tinubu's "it is my turn" comment before the 2023 election.


Addressing journalists on the new move, the president of the group, Senator Ahmad Abubakar Moallayidi alleged that Northern Nigeria was short-changed by the Tinubu administration, despite its numerical strength to determine the political direction and the leadership of the country.


According to him, President Tinubu had abandoned the North, which gave him the bulk of the ballots that brought him to power.


He also lamented that despite its rich endowment with both human and natural resources, the region has been plagued with the multiple challenges of poverty, illiteracy and insecurity.


Moallayidi boasted that ANA's goal is to right the wrongs of the past by mobilising the younger generation of northerners, in particular, to confront the region's myriad of challenges.


He said, "Everybody knows that here in northern Nigeria we have a lot of problems. So our focus, even before the election was that what is in it for northern Nigeria?


"Of course, when the APC was formed everybody endorsed General Muhammadu Buhari from the North. The other part of the country, especially the southwest, which came to form the alliance, asked for a lot of things which were granted; one of which was power shift to the south.


"Now that the power is there, what is in it for the North? This is what I and my colleagues have been asking but we could not get an answer. So we decided we shouldn't just sit back to continue in a turn-by-turn presidential system. 


"Turn-by-turn doesn't make sense! Turn-by-turn is not democracy, you know that; you're just shifting the mantle of leadership, not that you're doing democracy. And you also know that whatever form of government you have, you know that people must have dividends of that form of government.


"This is what Arewa New Agenda is trying to project; that in this government now what is in it for us in the North? But we were not given an answer! Of course, you know that the bulk of what forms any government in Nigeria, not just the APC, 70 per cent of it is from the North."


Moallayidi further averred that the ANA was poised to reposition the North to redefine its status as a dominant player in the country.


“We have to take our own destiny in our own hands; we'll not go begging. We'll harness agricultural potentials, livestock and other natural resources found deposited in all the states of the North," he added.


ANA was formed by notable northerners, consisting of the political elite and technocrats in the ranks of the former Head of Service of the Federation, Yayale Ahmed, Senator Jonathan Silas Zwingina, among others.

Osun Gov Ademola Adeleke Nominated as a member of 37-man Committee on National Minimum Wage

Osun Gov Ademola Adeleke Nominated as a member of 37-man Committee on National Minimum Wage





Osun State Governor Ademola Adeleke as been nominated as part of the 37-man Tripartite Committee on National Minimum Wage by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu. 


According to a report, the committee members are drawn from representatives of the Federal Government, State Government, Private Sector and the Organised Labour with mandate to recommend a new National Minimum Wage for the Country.


GovAdeleke is the representative of the South West Governors at the committee expected to be inaugurated tomorrow Tuesday, 30th of January 2024 at the Council Chamber, Presidential Villa, State House, Abuja.



In the face of hardship in the land and devaluation of naira, Tinubu led federal government is still seeking legitimatcy and popular support despite supreme court judgement which confirmed his election Victory.


The Committee under the Chairmanship of former Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Bukar Aji, which cut across Federal Government, State Government, Private Sector and the Organised Labour are as follows:


From the Federal Government, the members include Hon. Nkeiruka Onyejeocha, Hon. Minister of State, Labour and Employment (Representing Hon. Minister of Labour and Employment); Mr. Wale Edun, Hon. Minister of Finance & Coordinating Minister of the Economy; Alhaji Atiku Bagudu, Hon. Minister of Budget Economic Planning; Dr. (Mrs) Yemi Esan, Head of the Civil Service of the Federation; Dr. Nnamdi Maurice Mbaeri, Permanent Secretary, GSO. OSGF and Ekpo Nta, Esq, Chairman/CEO, NSIWC – Member/Secretary.


Also from the State Government, Alh. Mohammed Umar Bago, Governor, Niger State- representative from North Central; Sen. Bala Mohammed, Governor Bauchi State- representative from North East; Alh. Umar Dikko Radda, Governor Katsina State- representative from North West; Prof. Charles Soludo, Governor, Anambra State- representative from the South East; Sen. Ademola Adeleke, Governor, Osun State- representative from South West; Mr. Otu Bassey Edet, Governor, Cross River State- representative from South West.


From the Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA)- Adewale-Smatt Oyerinde, Director-General, NECA; Mr. Chuma Nwankwo; Mr. Thompson Akpabio with also members from the Nigeria Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA) include Asiwaju (Dr) Michael Olawale-Cole, National President; Hon. (Dr) Ahmed Rabiu, National Vice President and Chief Humphrey Ngonadi (NPOM), National Life President.


The membership from the National Association of Small and Medium Enterprise (NASME) are Dr. Abdulrashid Yerima, President & Chairman of Council; Hon. Theophilus Nnorom Okwuchukwu, Private Sector representative; Dr. Muhammed Nura Bello, Zonal Vice President, North West and also from the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) are Mrs. Grace Omo-Lamai, Human Resource Director, Nigerian Breweries; Segun Ajayi-Kadir, mni, Director-General, MAN; Lady Ada Chukwudozie, Managing Director, Dozzy Oil and Gas Limited.


From the organised labour, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) Comrade Joe Ajaero, President, NLC; Comrade Emmanuel Ugboaja, mni; Comrade Prince Adeyanju Adewale; Comrade Ambali Akeem Olatunji; Comrade Benjamin Anthony and Prof. Theophilius Ndukuba.


Also, membership from the Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) include Comrade (Engr) Festus Osifo, President, TUC; Comrade Tommy Etim Okon, PhD, Deputy President I, TUC; Comrade Kayode Surajudeen Alakija, Deputy President II; Comrade Jimoh Oyibo, Deputy President. III; Comrade Nuhu A. Toro, Secretary-General and Comrade Hafusatu Shuaib, Chairperson Women Comm.





Osun State Governor Ademola Adeleke as been nominated as part of the 37-man Tripartite Committee on National Minimum Wage by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu. 


According to a report, the committee members are drawn from representatives of the Federal Government, State Government, Private Sector and the Organised Labour with mandate to recommend a new National Minimum Wage for the Country.


GovAdeleke is the representative of the South West Governors at the committee expected to be inaugurated tomorrow Tuesday, 30th of January 2024 at the Council Chamber, Presidential Villa, State House, Abuja.



In the face of hardship in the land and devaluation of naira, Tinubu led federal government is still seeking legitimatcy and popular support despite supreme court judgement which confirmed his election Victory.


The Committee under the Chairmanship of former Head of the Civil Service of the Federation, Bukar Aji, which cut across Federal Government, State Government, Private Sector and the Organised Labour are as follows:


From the Federal Government, the members include Hon. Nkeiruka Onyejeocha, Hon. Minister of State, Labour and Employment (Representing Hon. Minister of Labour and Employment); Mr. Wale Edun, Hon. Minister of Finance & Coordinating Minister of the Economy; Alhaji Atiku Bagudu, Hon. Minister of Budget Economic Planning; Dr. (Mrs) Yemi Esan, Head of the Civil Service of the Federation; Dr. Nnamdi Maurice Mbaeri, Permanent Secretary, GSO. OSGF and Ekpo Nta, Esq, Chairman/CEO, NSIWC – Member/Secretary.


Also from the State Government, Alh. Mohammed Umar Bago, Governor, Niger State- representative from North Central; Sen. Bala Mohammed, Governor Bauchi State- representative from North East; Alh. Umar Dikko Radda, Governor Katsina State- representative from North West; Prof. Charles Soludo, Governor, Anambra State- representative from the South East; Sen. Ademola Adeleke, Governor, Osun State- representative from South West; Mr. Otu Bassey Edet, Governor, Cross River State- representative from South West.


From the Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA)- Adewale-Smatt Oyerinde, Director-General, NECA; Mr. Chuma Nwankwo; Mr. Thompson Akpabio with also members from the Nigeria Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA) include Asiwaju (Dr) Michael Olawale-Cole, National President; Hon. (Dr) Ahmed Rabiu, National Vice President and Chief Humphrey Ngonadi (NPOM), National Life President.


The membership from the National Association of Small and Medium Enterprise (NASME) are Dr. Abdulrashid Yerima, President & Chairman of Council; Hon. Theophilus Nnorom Okwuchukwu, Private Sector representative; Dr. Muhammed Nura Bello, Zonal Vice President, North West and also from the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) are Mrs. Grace Omo-Lamai, Human Resource Director, Nigerian Breweries; Segun Ajayi-Kadir, mni, Director-General, MAN; Lady Ada Chukwudozie, Managing Director, Dozzy Oil and Gas Limited.


From the organised labour, the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) Comrade Joe Ajaero, President, NLC; Comrade Emmanuel Ugboaja, mni; Comrade Prince Adeyanju Adewale; Comrade Ambali Akeem Olatunji; Comrade Benjamin Anthony and Prof. Theophilius Ndukuba.


Also, membership from the Trade Union Congress of Nigeria (TUC) include Comrade (Engr) Festus Osifo, President, TUC; Comrade Tommy Etim Okon, PhD, Deputy President I, TUC; Comrade Kayode Surajudeen Alakija, Deputy President II; Comrade Jimoh Oyibo, Deputy President. III; Comrade Nuhu A. Toro, Secretary-General and Comrade Hafusatu Shuaib, Chairperson Women Comm.

Plateau Killing: Tinubu Should Spend A Week In The Affected Communities To Ease Tension

Plateau Killing: Tinubu Should Spend A Week In The Affected Communities To Ease Tension

By Buhari Olanrewaju Ahmed







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People have been enduring economic hardship with no hope for a brighter future, as their primary concerns revolve around basic needs such as food and survival.


A father abandoned his family due to the overwhelming challenges he faced. Feeling helpless, he considered himself irresponsible as he couldn't provide food and shelter for his family.


Mothers find themselves working as miners, with some resorting to begging on the streets to feed their children.


Many women have turned to a life of transactional relationships out of sheer necessity, while some young men have resorted to fraudulent activities, such as Yahoo scams, viewing it as an easy way to make money.


The genesis of Nigeria's problems can largely be traced to leadership failures, where those in power have neglected their responsibility to meet the demands of the people.


On Christmas Eve, suspected Fulani militants attacked Bokkos and Barkin-Ladi Local Government Areas of Plateau State, and brutally killed over 150 people. The coordinated attack was carried out by herdsmen who have been terrorizing Plateau, Kaduna, Taraba, and Benue states for years.


It is obvious that some people have a hidden agenda to harm the people in Plateau state, with no fewer than 64 communities displaced by terrorists who occupied schools in the local government area.


Meanwhile, President Tinubu, whose duty is to protect the lives and properties of citizens, failed to do so. Instead, he celebrated Christmas in a colorful manner in Lagos while over 150 people were murdered under his watch within two hours.


A responsive and responsible leader would show empathy and sympathy for their people, using all available channels to ensure that the affected people receive justice and adequate compensation. Unfortunately, this is not the case with Tinubu.


Over 150 people were killed, and President Tinubu remained comfortably in his Lagos house while grieving families were still searching for the bodies of their loved ones. A good leader would leave their current location and rush to the affected communities to express sympathy and assure them that the perpetrators will be apprehended, promising compensation for the affected families.


If the affected people are not taken care of, the consequences may include an escalation of conflict and an arms race, as people become willing to fight to the bitter end due to the loss of loved ones.


The conscience of our leaders seems to be lacking, with no regard for the citizens. Their primary concern is embezzling public funds, plunging citizens into abject poverty without the ability to question authority but merely to survive.


President Tinubu needs to wake up and convene a security meeting with all service chiefs, giving them an ultimatum to apprehend the perpetrators. Any service chief failing in their responsibility should be immediately dismissed. Competent and expert individuals are required to handle the country's security. Tightening borders and resisting external forces attempting to exploit Nigeria are crucial steps.


More warnings need to be issued to leaders of specific tribes or groups attempting to compromise the country's security. The president should not succumb to threats or pressure from any quarter, understanding that the country's security is paramount, and it is our collective responsibility to promote peace and unity.


If violence continues unchecked, Nigeria may descend into a state of lawlessness, where the government and security agencies become increasingly helpless.


By Buhari Olanrewaju Ahmed







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People have been enduring economic hardship with no hope for a brighter future, as their primary concerns revolve around basic needs such as food and survival.


A father abandoned his family due to the overwhelming challenges he faced. Feeling helpless, he considered himself irresponsible as he couldn't provide food and shelter for his family.


Mothers find themselves working as miners, with some resorting to begging on the streets to feed their children.


Many women have turned to a life of transactional relationships out of sheer necessity, while some young men have resorted to fraudulent activities, such as Yahoo scams, viewing it as an easy way to make money.


The genesis of Nigeria's problems can largely be traced to leadership failures, where those in power have neglected their responsibility to meet the demands of the people.


On Christmas Eve, suspected Fulani militants attacked Bokkos and Barkin-Ladi Local Government Areas of Plateau State, and brutally killed over 150 people. The coordinated attack was carried out by herdsmen who have been terrorizing Plateau, Kaduna, Taraba, and Benue states for years.


It is obvious that some people have a hidden agenda to harm the people in Plateau state, with no fewer than 64 communities displaced by terrorists who occupied schools in the local government area.


Meanwhile, President Tinubu, whose duty is to protect the lives and properties of citizens, failed to do so. Instead, he celebrated Christmas in a colorful manner in Lagos while over 150 people were murdered under his watch within two hours.


A responsive and responsible leader would show empathy and sympathy for their people, using all available channels to ensure that the affected people receive justice and adequate compensation. Unfortunately, this is not the case with Tinubu.


Over 150 people were killed, and President Tinubu remained comfortably in his Lagos house while grieving families were still searching for the bodies of their loved ones. A good leader would leave their current location and rush to the affected communities to express sympathy and assure them that the perpetrators will be apprehended, promising compensation for the affected families.


If the affected people are not taken care of, the consequences may include an escalation of conflict and an arms race, as people become willing to fight to the bitter end due to the loss of loved ones.


The conscience of our leaders seems to be lacking, with no regard for the citizens. Their primary concern is embezzling public funds, plunging citizens into abject poverty without the ability to question authority but merely to survive.


President Tinubu needs to wake up and convene a security meeting with all service chiefs, giving them an ultimatum to apprehend the perpetrators. Any service chief failing in their responsibility should be immediately dismissed. Competent and expert individuals are required to handle the country's security. Tightening borders and resisting external forces attempting to exploit Nigeria are crucial steps.


More warnings need to be issued to leaders of specific tribes or groups attempting to compromise the country's security. The president should not succumb to threats or pressure from any quarter, understanding that the country's security is paramount, and it is our collective responsibility to promote peace and unity.


If violence continues unchecked, Nigeria may descend into a state of lawlessness, where the government and security agencies become increasingly helpless.


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