Tinubu might be seen as carrying the collective burdens of our society, rather than being inherently flawed himself.
In the annals of history, the narrative of Jesus facing Pontius Pilate offers profound symbolism. Much like Jesus before Pilate, Bola Tinubu’s identity has been a subject of scrutiny, and his accomplishments and claims are nothing short of extraordinary. Could this be another thematic transposition of the Melchizedek order, a man of inexplicable origin?
Just as Jesus paid his tax in an unconventional manner—by instructing his staff to go fishing and retrieving Caesar’s coin from a fish’s mouth for its return to Caesar—Tinubu’s source of funding remains as enigmatic as the biblical tale. Could it be that he, like Jesus, bears the weight of leadership and finances in an extraordinary way, offering us a path to reestablish order?
Tinubu’s journey may appear complex, akin to Jesus’ path to the cross. He might be seen as carrying the collective burdens of our society, rather than being inherently flawed himself. His thorned crown, symbolized by the infinity/ouroboros insignia, may be his subtle reminder to all stakeholders, urging them never to lose sight of the ultimate goal.
Within this unfolding political drama, each participant plays a role pertinent to the thematic thrust of our nation’s destiny. Tinubu, perhaps inspired by Jesus’ call to “take up your cross and follow me,” may be sending a message to his fellow political contenders. Could it be that he believes he has been chosen for a time such as this, to bring forth a new era?
Can anyone deprive him of his date with the cross?