…By Jack Sylva for TDPel Media.
Former Kaduna Central lawmaker, Shehu Sani, recently shared his perspective on the extensive motorcade that accompanied President Bola Tinubu’s arrival in Lagos from London.
In a tweet, Sani expressed his concern that the long motorcade does not align with the President’s commitment to reducing the cost of governance.
He emphasized that Nigeria, being a developing African country, cannot afford such extravagance and should not imitate the practices of wealthy Arabian Gulf nations.
Comedian Seyi Law defends President Tinubu’s motorcade and criticizes its detractors
Popular Nigerian comedian, Seyi Law, also known as Lawrence Oluwaseyitan Aletile, came to the defense of President Tinubu’s motorcade and lashed out at those who criticized it.
Seyi Law referred to the critics as idiots and argued that the President’s motorcade constituted less than 10 percent of the entire convoy.
He claimed that their outcry demonstrated their mental illness and lack of understanding.
Seyi Law further questioned the mental state of those who could not discern the relative proportion of the motorcade within the larger convoy.
Seyi Law suggests critics would question legitimacy without a welcoming crowd
Continuing his criticism of the motorcade’s detractors, Seyi Law suggested that if there had not been a large crowd to welcome President Tinubu at the airport, these critics would have likely raised doubts about his legitimacy.
The comedian implied that the presence of supporters at the airport should overshadow any negative focus on the size of the motorcade.
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