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Nigerians Lambast Seyi Tinubu Over Ensuring hardship Comments

Nigerians Lambast Seyi Tinubu Over Ensuring hardship Comments

Nigerians Lambast Seyi Tinubu Over Ensuring hardship Comments

The first son of the president, Seyi Tinubu provoked a chorus of condemnation on Monday after he urged Nigerians to be patient with the current administration.

In an Instagram post, Seyi pleaded with Nigerians to endure the current economic hardship.

Seyi, while quoting his dad in the post, said Nigerians need to endure the trying times for “a better future”.

“There is no joy in seeing the people of this nation shoulder burdens that should have been shed years ago. I wish today’s difficulties did not exist. But we must endure if we are to reach the good side of our future,” – President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Bola A Tinubu,” he wrote.

“Seyi Tinubu wear Richard Mille for hand dey tell me make I endure hardship wey him papa cause,” another user asked.

Here is what some Nigerians had to say:

Royal Spotlight


Seyi Tinubu asked Batidiots to have patience with his father, but take a look at the cost of his wristwatch. Man dey swim on your taxes and he is asking you to wait in hünger for 8 years… If you no know say your mumu don do, ur village people suppose summøn ur spïrït.


Akwa Ibom 1st son


Dear Seyi Tinubu, may ogun punish you, your father and your generation. In 2012 when GEJ wanted to remove subsidy, the Nigerian economy was the 3rd fastest growing economy in the world, 1$ was 185, the proposed fuel price as a result of the removal of subsidy was from 87 – 180

Sir Dickson


Who is Seyi Tinubu in the Federal Cabinet? I do not understand why he is having an opinion or why we are discussing it. Children of former presidents stayed away from politics. Nigeria don turn Lagos State.

Seyi’s remark comes at about the same time when many Nigerians are protesting against the economic hardship in the country.

Residents in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital, took to the streets  on Monday to decry the state of the country.

Several protests were also staged in Kano, Ogun, Niger and Sokoto states.

The labour union also announced a nationwide protest on February 27 and 28 over the rising cost of living.

Food prices have been on the rise since President Tinubu pronounced an end to the petrol subsidy regime on May 29, 2023.

There have also been reports about an imminent increase in the cost of fuel from N585.

Last year, Seyi assured  that his father would not fail Nigeria.

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