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Nigerians Are Very Furious – Remi Tinubu

Senator Oluremi Tinubu

Senator Oluremi Tinubu

Wife of APC chieftain, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, Mrs. Remi Tinubu has come out to say that Nigerians are angry.

The Senator representing Lagos Central recently revealed this while featuring on TVC breakfast show, ‘Your View’, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to her, it is true that the citizens are very angry, but everyone must learn to manage their anger and put their emotions under control from time to time.

She added that every Nigerian has one reason or the other to be furious with their situation, and only hypocrites will say this is not the case.

His words, “Why are we condoning that young people are angry, angry over what? Who said I am not angry? I am only keeping my anger. Are you (presenters) not angry about things? Everybody has to control their anger. Who is not angry? I am angry about a lot of issues.”

“You (presenters) were talking to me about a bill I have been trying to get for nine years ago and it is still alive. Do they (youths) understand what it means by waiting? Do they understand what it means by waiting in the morning and go to do your job?”

“I remember because they say there are not jobs, I said I am going to start a programme – Work Experience Programme. We got about almost 200 youths.”

“I know some people in some places and I said just employ them for just one-month internship. I will pay N40,000 for them to go. I will pay N20,000 for transport and then when they conclude and complete the one month, I will pay another N20,000.”

“We did an orientation for them – how to work in a workplace. Some don’t even know how to work in a workplace. They don’t have the etiquette for workplace. We did the training for them. Would you believe that they employed almost 80% of them, they retain them and they were screaming there were no jobs.”

“I need people to work with me but I need the right people. Morayo (Afolabi-Brown) knows that I am not one of those people you work with and you say, ‘No problem’. That’s no English. I know the people I interact with. Did I tell you there is a problem? That is a question I always ask. It is a slang that people are used to but in certain levels of governance, such languages are not ethical.”

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