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451 Kunle Aderemu
As a Yoruba person, I applaud you for not going along with the bandwagon created in this election; you've made excellent points here, but I must say, I do find it irrational when people assert that the Yorubas want to keep themselves in power in tandem with the Huasas/Northerners, as the information we have does not support this argument.
From 1960 till date, there have only been two heads of state/President originating from the southwest geo-political zone in the names of "Chief Ernest Shonekan" (who was only an interim president) and "General Olusegun Obasanjo" (who ruled for three terms). Moreover, the 1st civilian President and 1st head of state were the "Late Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe" and "Aguiyi Ironsi," respectively.
Therefore, I do not understand how people can conclude that the Yorubas perpetually want to keep themselves in power. Is there something I'm missing here? Or are people simply equivocating "Asiwaju Tinubu" with Yorubas?
Finally, what has occurred recently with the elections is regrettable and will likely have undesirable repercussions. I think the best we can do as individuals are to try to remain as rational as possible in the future.
All is well.
6 Ganiyu Salami
Thank you for pointing this out.
It’s honestly gotten insane how much southern bitterness there is. And how little people get Nigerian history.
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Even during the Biafra War, Nigeria’s main allies were only the UK and Soviet Union. The US government was largely neutral, and the US people supported Biafra. I think Biafra could get more support this time, seeing that we have 60-plus years of failed governing in Nigeria for the world to see.
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