Going by the comment of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu yesterday in Ogun State, it’s clear that clouds are secretly gathering at the highest echelons of the APC in Nigeria. There would be a raging storm and it will surely rain torrentially in the coming months and years. This is indisputably certain!
The APC presidential candidate had alleged that the current fuel scarcity as well as the non-negotiating stance of Emefiele on the new notes deadline are all calculated attempts at sabotaging his (Tinubu’s) chances of becoming the next president of Nigeria.
Starting from the unenviable roles he played during the APC presidential primaries, Godwin Emefiele has not stopped with his hide-and-seek game. His current new note policy, though applaudable, is calculated to hurt the ruling party the most.
Given the fact that the APC is the ruling party with the largest financial war chest, such monetary policy as well as withdrawal limits would hurt their chances of spending freely before and after the election. What it means is that many ward and LGA party leaders may not have enough money for mobilization on election day.
As for the fuel scarcity, I guess only Tinubu and those at the commanding heights of our economy can say exactly what’s wrong with our supply chain. And could this be the reason why the DSS also threatened oil marketers over sabotage? These are issues to ponder.
What this means is that there will surely be future scores to settle. Judging by the vindictive nature of Tinubu and his tendency to treat “all fvck up,” it’s clear that Emefiele will surely not go scot-free if Tinubu becomes president.
Godwin Emefiele may be ending his illustrious banking career on a sad note. In this case, the CBN chief may not be allowed to finish his current tenure, and may even be arrested for questioning on everything he has ever done as a banker and central bank chief.
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And the sad truth is that if searched thoroughly, something may be found to nail him. That is if Tinubu becomes the next president! This is the way of Nigeria’s politics!
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