Members of the Apapa-led LP Faction were prevented from sitting in court in this moment, which is captured on video

Renowned Nigerian journalist and member of the Nigerian Guild of Editors, Igho Akeregha, has raised concerns about the popular perception of president-elect Bola Ahmed Tinubu.Continue Reading>>>

Referring to the recent BBC report on the Rivers election, Akeregha believes it could leave Tinubu “unpopular” after his swearing-in on May 29.

During an interview on AIT’s Kakaaki program, Akeregha suggested that Tinubu’s outreach since the election has been insufficient. He noted that, to his knowledge, Tinubu has not engaged with any known world leaders, limiting his interaction to local politicians.Continue Reading>>>

This lack of engagement could, according to Akeregha, be a red flag indicating that Tinubu will find it difficult to gain the global recognition that would legitimize his administration.

Akeregha went on to point out that Tinubu’s share of the vote in the last election was just 10.2 percent, the lowest in Nigerian history by far. This assertion is backed by official figures that show Tinubu received over 8 million votes. However, Akeregha’s analysis suggests that this relatively low percentage of the vote could lead to serious issues with Tinubu’s legitimacy and popularity as president.

Akeregha argued that there is an effort behind the scenes to get Tinubu to engage with several world leaders. However, many are unwilling to engage with him as they consider the outcome of the election not credible. This, in essence, raises significant questions about the international reputation of Tinubu’s administration and the country as a whole.

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