The Herdsmen crisis is one that has become quite alarming in the South-West region of Nigeria. In recent times, there have been cries for herdsmen to go back north to continue their grazing because they are allegedly destroying farms and killing a lot of people in Yoruba land. The situation has become quite complicated that it has become a national debate.
However, one is forced to observe the deafening silence of the National leader of the ruling party, Bola Ahmed Tinubu. Tinubu is known as the Asiwaju, which loosely translates to the one that leads his people. As such, one would think he would be the first person to speak up since this directly affects the Yoruba tribe which is essentially his people.
According to The PUNCH, an Afenifere chieftain, Chief Ayo Adebanjo, said that Tinubu is not willing to say anything that would oppose the position of the current president, Muhammadu Buhari, because of his aspirations to become the nation's president come 2023 while some have opined that the Jagaban, as he is fondly called, is staying away from the public since the attacks on his properties during the EndSARS uproar.
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