A Professor of Political Science and International Relations, Professor Jideofor Adibe, has disclosed that Bola Tinubu's confrontational speeches during his presidential election campaign was as a result of the fact that majority of his political life has been as a member of the opposition.
Speaking further, Jideofor Adibe noted that the decision of Peter Obi to go to court to challenge the results which the Independent National Electoral Commission announced as the outcome of the presidential results is a good thing for the country.
Professor Jideofor Adibe narrated that Peter Obi's decision to challenge the results in the court of law has given his supporters hope that it is not over yet, and as such, the violent protest which could have emanated if Peter Obi did not decide to go to the court has been prevented.
According to Professor Jideofor Adibe, the longer the case goes on in the court, the more likelihood that the anger of Peter Obi's supporters who feel upset with the outcome of the results will continue to come down. Professor Jideofor Adibe went on to say that time heals any form of anger or hurt and as such, as time goes on, those who feel offended at the moment will begin to get use to what is on the ground at the moment.
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