Ladies and gentlemen, if there was ever a moment that perfectly encapsulated the absurdity and selfishness of African leadership, it was the recent motorcade debacle involving President TINUBU. In a country ravaged by extreme poverty, where the majority of the population struggles to make ends meet, this “leader” had the audacity to parade through Lagos in a motorcade that would make a Colombian drug lord blush. The sheer lack of empathy and common sense displayed by this act is truly mind-boggling.

Let’s start with the logistics of the motorcade itself. I mean, seriously, what kind of insanity is this? The streets of Lagos are clogged with traffic, the air is thick with pollution, and the people are struggling to survive, and yet our esteemed president saw fit to bring the city to a standstill so that he could parade around in a fleet of luxury vehicles. It’s a scene straight out of a bad comedy movie, and it’s a sad reflection of the disconnect between the ruling elite and the common people.

But it gets even better. Not only did President TINUBU roll into town in a lavish motorcade, but in the video we see a man in a full on trench coat accompanying him. A trench coat! In the sweltering heat of Lagos! One can’t help but wonder if this was some sort of bizarre attempt at looking “cool” and “important,” or if it was just another example of the complete lack of common sense and awareness that seems to plague our leadership.

The fact that this spectacle took place in a country where the majority of the population lives below the poverty line is an affront to all Nigerians. It is a slap in the face to the hardworking men and women who struggle to put food on the table and send their children to school. It is a mockery of the struggles of the average Nigerian, and it is symptomatic of the arrogant and entitled nature of our political class.

It’s moments like these that make me question the moral compass of our leaders. How can they justify such lavish displays of wealth and power in the face of such crushing poverty? Do they not see the irony in their actions, or are they simply so detached from reality that they are blind to the suffering of their own people?

Ultimately, this motorcade debacle serves as a stark reminder of the urgent need for accountability and transparency in our political system. It is a call to action for all Nigerians to demand more from our leaders, to hold them to a higher standard, and to refuse to accept this kind of wasteful and insensitive behavior.

We deserve better than this. We deserve leaders who are humble, who are committed to serving the people, and who lead by example. We deserve leaders who understand the struggles of the common man, who are willing to make sacrifices for the greater good, and who are not afraid to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty.

To sum this sordid debacle up, the recent motorcade debacle involving President TINUBU is a stark reminder of the disconnect between our leaders and the people they are meant to serve. It is a symbol of the selfishness and arrogance that plagues our political class, and it is an insult to all Nigerians. We must demand better from our leaders, and we must hold them accountable for their actions. It’s time for a change, and it’s time for our voices to be heard.

In the midst of extreme poverty this silly President actually had the audacity to rock up to lagos in a motorcade that would make a Colombian drug lord blush I haven't cackled like that in a long time There was actually a dude in a full on trench coat…Nothing quite like an African farce

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