You Won't Believe What Nigerian Protesters are Calling Bola Tinubu Amidst Political Turmoil!

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Nigerien protesters have reportedly taken to the streets to call for the resignation of Bola Tinubu, who is allegedly the chairman of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). The protests come in the wake of a military coup in Niger that removed the democratically elected president, Mohamed Bazoum.

According to reports, the protesters accuse Tinubu of not doing enough to support the restoration of democracy in Niger. They allegedly referred to him as "Ebola Tinubu" during the protests, a derogatory nickname that suggests he is a disease to the region.

Tinubu is a Nigerian politician and former governor of Lagos State. He is a prominent member of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) party in Nigeria, but there is no evidence that he is the chairman of ECOWAS.

The protests in Niger Republic have been sparked by the military coup that removed President Bazoum from office. The coup leaders have promised to restore democracy, but the protesters are skeptical and want more action from regional leaders like Tinubu.

ECOWAS has already stated that military intervention will be a last resort to restore democracy in Niger. The regional bloc has suspended Niger from its membership, and has called for the immediate release of President Bazoum and other political prisoners.

As the situation in Niger remains tense, it is important for regional leaders to work together to support the restoration of democracy in the country. The protests against Tinubu show the growing frustration among Nigeriens towards their regional leaders, and the need for more action to be taken to protect democracy in the region.