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Asiwaju Tinubu & Toyin Abraham.

Last night, I and my family, that is, my brother and his wife went to see the movie, ‘’The Ghost and The Tout’’ produced by the QUINTESSENTIAL Toyin Abraham and one-thing I took home from the cinema after seeing the movie was the support structure that made the production of the movie very successful.

It was spoken loud at the cinema that the Jagaban of Yoruba land, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu was one of the STRONGEST SUPPORT STRUCTURES that made the movie, The Ghost and The Tout a reality, bringing to bare what I say all the time about the unity that exist amongst Yoruba people and the way they come out in support of their own all the time.

I was glad to hear that a man in the caliber of Asiwaju Bola Tinubu would support Toyin Abraham to produce a movie, an idea that only help from such an individual can make come to reality.

I just love them to pieces.

A few days back I told someone very close to me that Yoruba people are the only people, NO, and the Hausas who would get a space at a place of work and make ways for their entire village to come work with them as a means of empowering them to be self reliant.

I am Igbo and I can tell the stories of how Igbos behave with and amongst themselves especially when they see opportunities to help their brothers, which would atleast give alleviation to a large extent, but no, my people won’t, instead, they would prefer you come beg for arm each time you are in need so they would perpetuate themselves as your boss for life.

An Igbo man would prefer to be the only eye in the family than empower his brothers and sisters financially because according to how his brain is made to work, when you are empowered financially, your loyalty to them will WANE. SUCH HIGH-CLASS WICKEDNESS.

Yoruba people are totally different in this area. They maybe anything you call them, but assisting and setting up their own is what they take pride in doing all the time and this is why Bola Tinubu is who he is today across Africa.

In 1999 when Bola Tinubu was governor of Lagos State, we had five governors in Igbo land namely, Chimaraoke Nnamani of Enugu State, Orji Uzo Kalu of Abia State, Chinweoke Mbadinuju of Anambra State, Achike Udenwa of Imo State, Sam Egwu of Ebonyi State and the big question would be, WHERE ARE THESE PEOPLE POLITICALLY in Nigeria today?

These 5 former state governors in the east refused to empower people, they refused to build HUMAN CAPITAL, so, they have gradually gone extinct politically because they practically did not invest in the institution that outlives one, HUMAN CAPITAL, therefore no one to carry on with their legacies and programs and this is where Bola Tinubu is the man to reckon with.

Call Tinubu whatever you like, berate him to high heavens, castigate him, insult him, the truth remains that he is one man whose legacies would continue to live even after him.

Imagine after over 12 of leaving office as governor of Lagos State and not only is he more prominent than he was as governor, but more influential politically across Africa that he is now being referred to as an INSTITUTION simply because he decided to invest his money where his mouth is, HUMAN BEINGS.

An Igbo man would rather be A LONER than bring his Brother in and this is what has and is still killing us today politically, which is why an Igbo presidency would be hard to come by in the nearest future.

I remember the Chairman of Orange Drugs Ltd, Chief Tony Ezenna asking the Elegant Stallion, Onyeka Onwenu to name those from her place in Arondizogu she has empowered throughout her years of being in the spotlight to warrant being given an opportunity to be their Local Government Chairman, a post she tried to occupy like four times and never got opportunity to because those of them from that community who had upper hand in empowering the people stood their grounds against her and she never became.

This is the story of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu helping to galvanize the economic power of youths in Yoruba land and tell me why Toyin Abraham will not give an arm and a leg to support him even when he is wrong?

Only if my Igbo brothers, especially those in positions to impact the lives of their brothers do so when they have opportunities to, and not play ONE MAN SHOW that doesn’t yield them results other than SELFISHNESS in the country.

Congratulations Toyin.
The Ghost & The Tout is a beautiful movie we all should go see.

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