I can’t use generator like before – Barber accuses Tinubu of ruining his salon business

A Nigerian barber, Olakunle Ajibola, has lambasted President Bola Tinubu for causing his barbing salon to slowly go out of business.

He lamented bitterly over the cost of running the barbershop with generator as there is no constant supply and the price of petrol keeps increasing.

The distraught man took to his Twitter page and blamed the president for being responsible for the challenges he is facing.

Olakunle cursed the individuals and groups that allegedly connived to put Tinubu in office, saying they will be punished.

He wrote; “Mr Tinubu, thank you for ruining my barbing saloon business. .I can no longer on generator like before and that kills saloon business. God will punish those that rigged you into power.”

Meanwhile, in related news…

CorrectNG recalls that President Bola Tinubu said the hardship being endured by Nigerians is a necessary sacrifice for their unborn generations to enjoy prosperity and greatness.

He stated this at the opening of the annual conference of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) in Abuja on August 27th.

Tinubu said the people cannot have the type of country they desire without the reforms his government initiated.

“It is painful at the beginning, in the short and medium term, but we must do what we have to do to take this nation to its great destiny.

“It is not about you, and it is not about me. It is about our generations yet unborn, for whom we must bequeath a great and prosperous country,” he said.

The president further explained that the prosperity Nigerians require would only occur once “poverty is banished from the society” with the focused cooperation of the country’s private sector leaders.

He believes the hard decisions of his government would set the country on a growth trajectory, even when Nigerians would suffer the consequences but benefit from it later.

“We must make the very difficult changes that are necessary for our country to get up from slumber and be respected among the great nations of the world,” Tinubu added.