In a thought-provoking tweet, Nigerian writer David Hundeyin sheds light on a hidden agenda attributed to Tinubu, the President of Nigeria.
According to Hundeyin, Tinubu’s alleged motive revolves around deliberately sowing seeds of enmity between the Yoruba and Igbo communities.
Hundeyin’s statement sparks curiosity and raises questions about the potential consequences of such an agenda.
In his tweets, “I’m bored of saying it, but any Yoruba person reading this should please remember that there will still be life after Tinubu. His mission to turn you and Igbo people into enemies for the sake of his short-term political interest will only spoil your life for no reason.”
“Every single one of you has an Igbo family member. Every single one of you has a livelihood whose economic supply chain has Igbo people in it. They are your neighbours, co-workers, friends, and family. In 1,000+ years of West African history, you and them have never fought.”
“Tinubu is a frail old man who probably needs a steroid injection to stand upright for 20 minutes. Objectively speaking, he doesn’t have long left. Don’t let an old man’s fuckeries spoil your life. You’re the one who will face the societal and economic fallout, not him.”
“In the name of whatever God you believe in, give it a rest. Tinubu will come and go. You will still be here after he’s gone. Don’t spoil your life because an old man told you to do so.”
As a respected writer, Hundeyin’s observations invite further examination and analysis of the political landscape, urging readers to consider the potential implications of divisive tactics on interethnic relations in Nigeria.