The Leader of the Afenifere Soco-cultural group, Pa Ayo Adebanjo has alleged that the reactions of Nigerians after Bola Ahmed Tinubu victory as President-elect have been noiseless. He berated Asiwaju for winning under a process that is being challenged by Nigerians across the Nation.
Pa Adebanjo argued that Asiwaju's victory would be overruled by the APEX court. He stated that they have a lot of evidences to void his success in the election. He likened Asiwaju's current President elect position to Ernest Shonekan who governed Nigeria as an Interim.
He said, ''When a good government comes into power, people will rejoice. I can't see people rejoicing at Tinubu's victory, the streets are quiet as graveyard. Tinubu is an interim government put in power, he's another Shonekan. In due course, he will leave that position. This is not a matter of Igbo or Yoruba, President is of National matter. You have to be accepted by the people you are about to rule. He lacks that National acceptance at the moment.''
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