Tinubu Vs Jonathan: Was it Political Hypocrisy?

Tinubu Vs Jonathan: Was it Political Hypocrisy?
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In less than 9 months in office, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu appears to have implemented more than 70% of former president Goodluck Jonathan’s programs. The latest is the adoption and approval of Steve Oronsaye’s Committee Report on Public Service Reforms.

The question, therefore is, why was Tinubu so antagonistic to Jonathan’s government if he (Tinubu) was still going to pursue and implement the same policies once he found himself in Power?

One thing I learned in all these is that in whatever you do, don’t ever give in to the jeering of your opponents, they may just be making the noise to distract and derail you. Tinubu was Jonathan’s biggest opposition figure, not even Pa Buhari.

Tinubu Vs Jonathan: Was it Political Hypocrisy?
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    It’s the disapproval Tinubu had against Jonathan that forced him to enter into a political alliance with the most improbable person – General Muhammadu Buhari, as he then was! Not many believed that Buhari/Tinubu’s political alliance could ever see the light of the day.

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    But it came to be because of their mutual hatred for the man in Power then. Surprisingly, Buhari also vigorously pursued and implemented many of Jonathan’s programs and projects. If you criticize someone, try not to act the same way as the person. Failure to act differently is nothing less than hypocrisy.

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