What Happened To Tinubu’s Social Media Dominance, Has Obi-mania Suffocated Them? – Farooq Kperogi


Social media platforms much like Twitter and Facebook has become essential instrument utilized by politicians to propagate their ideas for a larger Nigeria. Many of them have used it to win elections thus far and are nonetheless using it in direction of their opponents in politics.


In the current digital advertising and marketing marketing campaign in Nigeria, two politicians have used it in all probability probably the most, the All Progressives Congress, APC, presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and the Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi. But the fact is that, Peter Obi’s social media presence has overshadowed that of the All Progressives Congress, APC, presidential candidate.

And to buttress that point, a professor of Journalism inside the US, Farooq Kperogi took to his Facebook internet web page to react to that influence. He created a nexus between the two prime social media presidential candidates’ presence and opined that Peter Obi has definitely overwhelmed Tinubu in newest cases. Farooq Kperogi said,

“Seriously, what happened to Tinubu’s previously overactive social media battering rams? They used to dominate the Nigerian social media space. But they seem to have disappeared just when Tinubu needs them the most. Has Obi-mania on social media suffocated them to death? Or maybe it’s because they’ve already exhausted their defensive arsenal.”


To be candid, Tinubu’s social media presence has lowered their head almost definitely on account of they’ve achieved what they want by being the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress. They might proceed their presence in the end when electioneering campaigns began. That is strategic.

However, Peter Obi should endeavor to advise his overwhelming supporters on the social media platforms to proceed to assemble constructions inside the native communities all through the nation. Social media presence doesn’t win elections in Nigeria, it’s the locals with Permanent Voters Card, PVC, that may vote and elect the leaders in Nigeria.


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