Moremi Ojodu’s Letter To Tinubu Lacks Merit, By Adenike Ajanlekoko
My attention has been drawn to a “A LETTER TO ASIWAJU BOLA TINUBU – We want a ‘Change’ – You sold us Nigeria using Lagos as a Model” written by one Moremi Ojudu who I understand is the daughter of Senator Babafemi Ojodu, the Special Adviser on Political Matters in Presidency.
I disagree with her statement that the letter was her personal opinion because she went with crowd to Asiwaju Bola Tunubu’s house in Lagos.
If Moremi is claiming that the “ship of state is currently sailing into an avoidable storm because the current leadership of the country which is enamoured to anachronistic methods of running a multi-ethnic, religious and politically sensitive state such as ours” why has her father, who is holding a sensitive position in the Government, still in office? My opinion is that she should write her father first to resign before accusing the Government.
I am sure the lots of her friends and acquaintances, who she claimed has invested their hope and return on investment that is not commensurate must be those who are corrupt who can’t stand the heat of anti-corruption war of the Buhari administration.
I want to remind them that this administration cannot continue to support corruption via sponsored protest to so called leaders who are part and parcel of the corruption cankerworm that has eaten deep into the Nigeria system.
Asking Asiwaju Bola Tinubu to intervene as Nigeria “continue to drift in the wilderness of economic hardship and political uncertainty, to me is like asking a blind man for direction.
I am reminding Moremi that Nigerians did not vote for Asiwaju Bola Tinubu’s astuteness and political savvy but President Buhari to take us out of Corruption that has total destroyed the economy of the country.
Adenike Ajanlekoko is the Coordinator of Nigerian Youth and Women for Good Governance Services based in Lagos.