As the inauguration of Nigeria's new president, Bola Tinubu, approaches, the country is abuzz with anticipation. While some eagerly await the event, others approach it with caution. Nonetheless, it is certain that Tinubu will be sworn in on May 29, regardless of any obstacles.
Prominent Nigerian political figure, Dr. Danlabi Dako, recently shared his thoughts on the upcoming inauguration with the media. Dako believes that nothing can prevent Tinubu from taking the oath of office, and that any protests or social media campaigns against it are merely distractions.
He urged Nigerians to respect the court's decision, which is the final authority on such matters, and to avoid engaging in any behavior that undermines the rule of law. Instead, Dako encouraged the populace to focus on preparing for the next election cycle, which will take place in four years.
Despite potential opposition to Tinubu's presidency, including protests and social media campaigns, his inauguration is guaranteed. Nigerians should channel their energy towards preparing for the next elections in 2027, ensuring a peaceful and stable transition of power for years to come.
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