Human Rights Activist and Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of the Governing Council for Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko in Ondo State, Dr Tunji Abayomi has urged President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to disregard those practitioners of noise rather he should focus on harnessing the country’s human capital wealth.
Abayomi in a letter dated 12th October, 2023 to Mr. President noted that they are at it again and that they will never be satisfied refusing to understand the little they ought to understand, preferring to enthusiastically misunderstand much that obvious to serious and sincere minds.
According to him, “before election to them, Bola Ahmed Tinubu was disqualified by their conviction for drugs. This, they promoted with magnified energy. When reminded that you cannot convict a man without trial, their voice became louder with the hope that noise will triumph over reason.
The Constitutional lawyer said: “After election, it’s all about the determinative sanctity of one quarter of rhe Federal Capital Territory. When reminded them that FCT is a mere nomenclature and that one citizen cannot have higher vote in value than another citizen. Their voice became louder with the hope that noise will triumph over reason.
“Now the Tribunal they initiated has confirmed the validity of the 8.79 million valid votes dedicated to Bola Ahmed Tinubu to their 6.98 and 6.1 that is a gap of nearly 2 million votes. In response they turned to Chicago, disturbing the peace of America University.
“But what is the result of their worthless America voyage? We now know that the Nigeria President is a man of extra-ordinary intellect as confirmed by several American Professors of the time who gave him 18As, 10Bs and only 3Cs.
“Should someone not tell these losers to bring forth their academic transcripts so that we can count their A’s and Bs instead of counting their endless noise
“It is nothing but disgrace of intellect that citizens will say that a man who got 28 As and Bs out of 31 courses in an 1867 American University will forge a Certificate to affirm his advancement”, Abayomi added.