By Mathew Agbaje
An old tweet of Nigerian-British entrepreneur, Olatunbosun Tijani’s, criticising President Bola Tinubu has resurfaced on social media.
Tijani is one of the ministerial nominees in the second batch of the list forwarded to the Senate on Wednesday by President Bola Tinubu.
Tijani is the CEO and co-founder of CcHub. He has led the expansion of CcHub across Nigeria, Kenya, and more recently, Namibia.
He holds two degrees from the University of Jos: a BSc. in Economics and a Diploma in Computer Science.
He also obtained an MSc. in Information Systems and Management in 2007 from the Warwick Business School in England and completed a PhD programme in Innovation and Economic Development at the University of Leicester.
The now-deleted old tweet of Tijani was a comment about Tinubu and his administration.
In his tweet, while replying to #Babajiide #busanga and #iaboyeji on July 23, 2019, he said, It is becoming the norm. Tinubu fed them that rubbish narrative with his “serving power a la carte” wisdom. Go invest your time and money into your business if you want to propagate such a rubbish narrative.
Reacting to the old tweet of Tijani, a Netizen with the handle #Optimistic Ade said, “Do you now agree that power is never served a la carte and it is never a rubbish narrative? I am glad that the investment you and your colleagues made in the development of Tinubu’s policy in the digital economy has finally produced a result. Congratulations, Dr. Bosun.
Another Netizen with the handle #ghostskeen said, “Tinubu is really something Cos now you have to work with him and prove your mettle otherwise your own go worse pass people you condemned. Talk is cheap sha.”
#xagreat said, “Let’s see if you will accept or reject the ministerial appointment by Tinubu. Seems you might be served power a la Carte too.”
#ThatIsokoLawyer said, “Eziokwu! The rest is history today. Are you not on the List, Sir? Do you see this internet ehn? Na kaka wen hit table fan and e con deh blow scatter everywhere.”