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“If another election was held tomorrow, I would still vote Tinubu” – Seyi Law says as he tackles state governors for doing nothing to help Nigerians

As Nigerians continue to grapple with economic hardship, comedian Seyi Law says if another election were to hold tomorrow, he would still vote President Tinubu.

Seyi said this in a post shared on his X handle. The comedian described state governors as “shameless” for ‘doing nothing’ to help Nigerians battling with intense hardship. He argued that everything that has to do with governance does not lie in the center and that he should be able to make demands from the state government.

He averred that the allocations for states have increased and wonders what the state governors are doing with the added funds they have received.

“I would rather stay with a Moses through the wilderness to Canaan than eat meats and drink wine in slavery in Egypt at the expense of my children’s future.”

SEYILAW.

While a lot of Nigerians kill the optimism of others with hate and urge for immediate gratification, it is sad that our government agencies are not communicating government agendas, efforts, and actions effectively. I am not one to judge anyone for their anger towards the government. After all, they were voted to serve the people. I am maybe only privileged to be better informed.

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I know everything doesn’t rest at the centre, and I should be able to make demands from the state government. Your allocations have increased, and to take steps towards a better transportation system not to talk of subsidizing it for your citizens is a mountain you’re finding hard to climb. The state governors are absolutely shameless.

It is easy for any government at the centre to please the multitude by reverting back to full subsidy on fuel and exchange rates, but I would rather we reset, rebuild, and sustain our future than live on a better now by borrowing our future. I want to see certain people-driven and engaging policies in agriculture, power, and health sectors. I am hopeful.

I will criticise constructively and condemn unworthy acts. To those still cursing in my mentions, if another election was held tomorrow, I would still vote ASIWAJU BOLA AHMED TINUBU.”

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