If there hasn’t been a single death in the Niger Republic since Bazoum’s ouster, what moral right does Tinubu have to invade another country when the elections that brought him to power claimed about 70 lives?
Nigerians Reject Tinubu’s Selfish War Agenda In Niger.
Nigerians have been reacting to ongoing events in the neighboring country of the Niger Republic and Tinubu’s plan to go into war with a sovereign nation just to please his Western masters, to whom he holds loyalty.
It will be recalled that the embattled Bola Tinubu, who is currently fighting for a mandate that evidence abounds to show does not belong to him, is currently doing all he can to shift the tides.
- Nigerian Military Readies Battalions for Possible Invasion of Niger Republic
- Tinubu Cuts Power Supply to Niger Republic
- Niger Restores Border Connections with Neighbouring Countries Following Coup
Since the breaking of the news on Wednesday by ParallelFacts that the Nigerian Military has been ordered to prepare their men and select some to be deployed to Sokoto State, in a move many think is preparing for an invasion of the Niger Republic, Nigerians have reacted and questioned Tinubu’s overzealousness and quest to go into a proxy war with our neighbors on behalf of Western interests.
It will be remembered that prior to Tinubu’s controversial inauguration, he was a frequent visitor to France, and Nigerians kept wondering what his relationship was with the French Government that he frequented there.
Whose interest does it serve by destabilizing our relationship with our neighbors? Nigerians are asking because it will be recalled that in the EU post-election reports, it was stated that close to 70 Nigerians died in the elections that produced BAT.
One Netizen noted “Numbers Don’t Lie!” attributing to the fact that people died for Tinubu to controversially be declared by INEC.
NUMBERS DONT LIE!— Emir Sirdam LP (@EmirSirdam) August 2, 2023
Tinubu and Yakubu’s Electoral Coup on February 25th claimed close to 70 lives and is currently affecting over 200 million people.- EU Reports.
Niger Republic coup so far has claimed no life.
So on what moral ground is the drug dealer standing?
If there hasn’t been a single death in the Niger Republic since Bazoum’s ouster, what moral right does a man have to invade another country when the elections that brought him to power claimed about 70 lives?
More Reactions from Netizens
We say NO TO WAR!!!!— Darey (@kunmydrey) August 2, 2023
BOLA TINUBU is on his own.
AFRICA IS not a BATTLEFIELD
Netizens are asking questions and saying the Nigerian Army should not be involved in any war, especially when the internal war against Banditry and Terrorism is still prevalent.
Tinubu's agenda of starting a war with Niger Republic is an excuse for the Judges not to disqualify him.— Mindset🗝️ (@Mindset_Post) August 2, 2023
It is clear for all to see that Bola Tinubu lacks the moral ground to speak on the issue of the Niger Republic, nor does he portray himself as someone who has solutions to all the problems bedevilling Nigeria.