According to the Presidency, President Bola Tinubu can not remain silent and let state challenges worsen.

This comes after he stepped in to help resolve the political unrest in Rivers State and Ondo.

According to observers, these states’ governments were being undermined by Tinubu’s actions.

However, Ajuri Ngelale, his media adviser, thinks it was a positive step.

According to Ngelale, Tinubu would keep interfering in states that are experiencing political unrest if doing so would have an impact on the nation.

“That has nothing to do with, of course, political development, destabilization of a particular region or state or subnational entity that could potentially turn into a national conflagration,” he said on Channels Television’s News Night, a pre-recorded show that airs on Mondays.

“If the President sees that, he is not going to sit by as the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces and fold his hands and keep quiet. I think that is what he has done.

“That is to say if you are the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces and your primary objective is to make sure that the Nigerian people are safe; that they are able to operate in an environment that is stable and does not place them in any form of insecurity, then you know that if a political crisis is devolving into something that is generating manmade insecurity, then the president needs to step in and he took that wise decision to step in,” the presidential aide maintained.

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