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Following Seun Kuti’s Tweet in which he referred to peter Obi as an opportunist, and INEC official Tweet handler going as far as liking it, FS Yusuf, tweeted as follows: “Dear @inecnigeria. Why is your handler liking this tweet where Peter Obi is attacked! What is this nonsense! Are we a joke to the commission!? Don’t set this nation aflame. @inecnigeria. This is a warning! We need to sue INEC for this misbehaviour!” 

Unquote, this clearly shows how biased INEC under the chairmanship of Mammud is. But we will not relent until we take back our country from them. As for Seun Kuti, it saddens that the son of a freedom fighter who was very close to his father and closely nurtured by him (Fela Anikulapo Kuti), a man endowed with colossal musical prowess which he judiciously used in his freedom fighting, and understanding how his father suffered and died for the betterment of the common man, will make such a tweet. 

I vividly remember in 1985 when as a child of about six, Seun Kuti was always one of the last performers before his legendary father climbs the stage to sing at the Shrine on Pepple street, Ikeja, Lagos. One would have expected him to have tapped on his father’s talent to become one of the greatest Afrobeat musicians given his close proximity with his legendary father but alas, musically, Seun Kuti is underperforming as an artist not even up to 10% of his father’s worldwide capacity and accolade yet he calls Peter Obi an opportunist when in reality, Seun Kuti is the real failed “Opportunist”  

#NigeriaDeservesBetter #AfricaDeservesBetter #VotePeterObiforpresident2023 #anewnigeriaispossiblewithpo #NigeriansMustKnow


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Nigeria is an Enigma. The capacity to gain an accurate and deep understanding of her is undoubtedly God’s endowment to us, her citizens. As a citizen of this lovely nation, I’ve spent decades of my life trying to understand this, Mirage. Hope someday, this Mystery that houses about 250 million blacks will be globally understood, widely accepted, and given the opportunity to play its vital role in the world stage. So, help us God! #NigeriaDeservesBetter #AfricaDeservesBetter

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