Nigerians Relate Somalia’s Executive Blows to Osibanjo Striped of certain functions, and relegation
Shehu Sani a foremost Nigerian politician, Human rights activist, and lawmaker reacts to footage and saga between the President of Somalia and the Vice President throwing punches at one another.
He appealed to other African leaders not to follow the same footsteps in his tweet.
“The footages of Somaliland President punching his VP and the Vice President punching back should not be emulated by other African leaders please.”
Nigerians have so far reacted to this tweet by relating it to the ordeal of Vice President Osibanjo who has been stripped of all his powers as a VP.
Here are the tweets:
“The punches also happened in Nigeria, against our VP. They were not open confrontational punches, but they were deadly and painful. Our VP shone more than his master, so he was stripped of certain functions, and relegated”
“Even though one of the 48 laws of power stated that you should not outshine your master, but in most cases, it is the cabals (those who find themselves within the corridors of power) that triggers the misunderstandings and consequent fight between/among leaders”.
“Very apt. The cabal so to speak, have taken advantage of the President’s limitations to push through their personal agenda. And at the end, the essence of the Buhari/Osibanjo mandate is somewhat truncated by these cabal”
“U think u have made sense after splitting this trash.
What function was he strip off?
2.3trn ESP? Or NEC? National Council on Privatization – The Privatization and Commercialization? National Boundary Commission? DMO? PEBEC? PRESCOM? NDPHC? IPCAC? Or NCN? I can go on & on &..”
“pretend you even know any of this Committees that he heads. You don’t just talk trash here because if you do, we will set you straight”.
It can be recalled that some months ago the Nigerian VP has most of his aids sacked and removed from the Aso Rock without his knowledge. Could there be a cold war in Aso Rock? or should we expect some Executive blows very soon?
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