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Nigerians express displeasure at Tinubu’s competence to protect lives

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Who will tell the President? Akande enlightens Tinubu on national issues requiring urgent attention

Nigerians have raised concerns and expressed displeasure at President Bola Tinubu’s competence to protect the lives of citizens nationwide in the current wave of insecurity.

In reaction to the 2024 wave of insecurity, citizens recount Tinubu’s statement in January 2014: “The slaughtering of Christian worshippers is strongly condemnable. It calls into question the competence of Jonathan to protect Nigerians.”

Aisha Yesufu, a social critic, wrote that “the slaughtering of Christian worshippers is strongly condemnable. It calls to question the competence of Tinubu, the illegitimate president, to protect Nigerians”.

She added that “we should be ashamed of ourselves as Nigerians, especially the parents. Our children are being killed like chickens, and we are afraid of death. We would rather bury our children than die.

Sport Dokita also said, “The slaughtering of Christian worshippers is strongly condemnable. It calls to question Bola Tinubu’s competence to protect Nigerians.”

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Queen Bee attested, “I love the way things are going at the moment, the unfolding of events, and matching every piece of information with data.

“That’s what opposition is all about in a democratic society.

Tinubu and his government are not legit. They’ve defiled the throne with their baggage; Nigeria has no president.”.

Recently, religious extremism has also been on the rise, particularly in some northern parts of Nigeria. Chronicle NG reported that one Mani Habu Abubakar property was set ablaze over the alleged blasphemy of Prophet Mohammed in Katsina State.

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