Ndirang, a member of the Labour Party’s National Executive Council, voiced his disapproval with the APC candidate Tinubu’s swearing-in ceremony during an interview on ARISE TV’s “Prime Time” programme because it was clear that he did not win the majority of the votes cast….CONTINUE READING
Ndirang viewed Tinubu’s administration as illegitimate and urged caution in the circumstances. This is due to the fact that Tinubu’s victory is currently being contested in court by Peter Obi, the presidential candidate for the Labour Party.
He predicts that if Tinubu is sworn in as president of Nigeria, there will be a sense of foreboding stillness that has never been seen in the history of the country. No matter how long Tinubu’s term is, he claims that the legitimacy question will be a never-ending conflict for him.
Listen to what he says: “If Tinubu is sworn in as President of Nigeria, what would happen is that he will fight with the problem of legitimacy throughout his tenure, no matter how long or short it may be.
I say it with every sense of responsibility because everyone will realise that it is not a genuine government. Thus, we must use caution….CONTINUE READING