Tinubu inauguration : opposition party Engages in protest 

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The atmosphere in Nigeria is electric as the highly anticipated inauguration of President-elect Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu draws near. With renewed hope and excitement in the air, Nigerians are eagerly awaiting the dawn of a new era…CONTINUE READING.


However, not everyone is basking in the joyous spirit. The opposition parties, PDP and LP, seem to be in a comical frenzy, desperately trying to halt the inevitable.


In an unprecedented move, these opposition parties have resorted to sponsoring protests and causing a ruckus to smear the name of the President-elect and prevent his inauguration. But their efforts have turned into a sideshow, providing comic relief to the nation rather than dampening the spirits of the hopeful citizens.

While Nigerians anticipate the new administration with jubilation, the opposition’s reaction has become more amusing than ever. In their frantic attempts to stir up chaos, they have resorted to paying protesters who seem to lack a clear understanding of their purpose.


With protesters fumbling through their own statements and having trouble putting together cogent defences against Tinubu’s upcoming inauguration, the spectacle is evocative of a shoddy comedy.


Meanwhile, as the opposition parties flail about, President Muhammadu Buhari has taken a graceful step back, ready to pass the torch to his successor. President Buhari, having completed his tenure, has relocated to the Glass House in preparation for the handover ceremony to President-elect Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.


However, Buhari has made it clear that he seeks rest during this transitional period and has urged everyone not to approach him for lobbying purposes. His unwavering commitment to a smooth transfer of power reflects his desire for a seamless transition and a strong foundation for the incoming administration.

Across the ocean, President-elect Tinubu himself is meticulously fine-tuning measures for a seamless transition from the old guard to the new. In an unexpected twist, Tinubu has chosen to carry out these preparations in Europe, further adding to the hilarity of the situation.


Nigerians, caught between laughter and anticipation, are thoroughly enjoying this spectacle. Social media platforms are flooded with memes and witty remarks, mocking the futile attempts of the opposition to disrupt the inauguration. Citizens are expressing their solidarity with the President-elect, eagerly awaiting the dawn of a new era.As the days count down to May 29th, Nigerians find solace in humor, relishing the contrast between the opposition’s wailing and the calm confidence of President-elect Tinubu and Buhari. This comical episode will forever be etched in the nation’s memory, reminding us that in the face of adversity, a united and determined people can find joy even in the most absurd circumstances.


With hope in their hearts Nigerians eagerly anticipate the dawn of a new administration, ready to embrace the promise of a brighter future. And in this comical chaos, the nation finds strength, resilience, and a renewed determination to forge ahead.


Osigwe Omo-Ikirodah is the Chairman and CEO of Bush Radio Academy.


Source iReporteronline.