Haram to Protest Against Buhari, Permissible for Tinubu – Aare Kurunmi Blasts Northern Clerics, Politicians

by Ohepo Ohepo

As protests ripple across the nation, voicing the widespread distress over the prevailing economic challenges, Aare Kurunmi Kakanfo, a proponent of Yoruba welfare and progress, has appealed for peace. He points out that the administration under President Bola Tinubu commenced its term facing significant financial hurdles, having encountered a depleted national treasury upon assuming office last year.

Kakanfo stated that the political and Islamic leaders in the core North declared it unlawful for Muslims to demonstrate, even in the face of Buhari’s failure.

Social media accounts and individuals who had previously shown their support for Buhari’s shortcomings began criticizing Tinubu as soon as he took office. “Why were protests suddenly no longer HARAM? Praise be to Allah [SWT] [Allahu Akbar!] For this reason, we must be aware of power dynamics and exercise caution to avoid falling into the hands of our deadly political adversaries, the Zikists of the East, who disseminate false information and films in an effort to destabilize Yorubaland. No demonstration in Nigeria can be successful without the South-West.

The governing class was antagonistic to Tinubu and prepared to incite violence against him in an attempt to topple his government. He also inherited an empty treasury. Pa Awolowo has advised Nigeria to establish state or regional police since 1949, arguing that security is a prerequisite for any federal political system. Since Nigeria’s unification, Tinubu is the only president to fully back the State police. Although unpleasant, the reforms will undoubtedly have a positive impact.

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu will usher Nigeria into a golden period, therefore let’s be patient,” he said.

He said that when President Bola Tinubu’s administration came office last year, it inherited an empty treasury.

On Monday, a group of angry young Nigerians assembled in the capital city of Ibadan, Oyo State, to express their displeasure over the country’s economic troubles and the rapidly rising cost of food while under Tinubu’s leadership.

The demonstrators reportedly brandished posters that read, among other things, “Tinubu, don’t forget your promises,” “End food hike and inflation,” and “The poor are starving” while they were in the state capital’s Mokola neighborhood.

The Yoruba agitator asserted in a retort on his verified X handle on Sunday night that Tinubu’s predecessor’s poor judgment and ignorance were the reason behind the nation’s economic collapse. “Nigerian politics is not ordinary; it is sophisticated ethnic warfare,” he declared. There is just one winner and no second place.

Nigeria fell into an economic slumber under the feudal eight-year rule of Buhari and his CPC Islamic hardline alliance. Emefiele, a fellow PDP opportunist, used the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) as his personal soup kitchen, giving money to his friends and family.

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