Aisha Yesufu Laments: “A Governor Went To Kneel Down For Mr Tinubu. This Slavish Politics Must Be Dismantled”

A recent visit by Niger State Governor, Umaru Bago, to President Bola Tinubu at the Presidential Villa in Abuja has stirred a wave of controversy across Nigeria. A photo capturing the moment Bago knelt before Tinubu during the visit quickly went viral, sparking a flurry of reactions from concerned citizens.<<<READ FULL ARTICLE>>>

Renowned activist and critic, Aisha Yesufu, took to her X handle on Friday to express her dismay over the viral image. In her statement, she condemned what she described as “slavish politics,” calling for an end to such practices.

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“A Governor of one of the 36 federating units of Nigeria went to kneel down for Mr Tinubu. Nahhhhhh this slavish politics must be dismantled.”

The photograph of Governor Bago’s gesture towards Tinubu has reignited discussions about the nature of political relationships and power dynamics within Nigeria. Many have questioned the implications of such displays of deference and subservience in the realm of governance.<<<READ FULL ARTICLE>>>

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