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Nigerians struggle to survive while Seyi Tinubu wears billion naira wristwatches

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Omotayo Williams has described the recent Expatriate Employment Levy imposed by the Federal Government as a deliberate plan to stop Nigerians from seeking greener pastures outside the shores of Nigeria. 

In a statement on his verified X account on Thursday, Omotayo alleged that “the ultimate plan is to force other countries to also impose a levy to employ” citizens of Nigeria.

He noted that this will discourage “foreign employees from employing Nigerians, which will reduce the number of professionals getting opportunities.”

Omotayo noted that while Seyi Tinubu, the son of the President, lives a lavish lifestyle, adorning billion-naira wristwatches, ordinary citizens struggle to survive.

Omotayo’s statement reads, “In the news yesterday, it was confirmed the government of Nigeria has imposed a mandatory annual levy for organizations employing foreign expatriate workers.
They must pay £15,000 (£12,000) for a director and $10,000 for other employees.

“However, don’t be fooled; the ultimate plan is to force other countries to also impose a levy to employ Nigerians. As a result, foreign employers will be discouraged from employing Nigerians, which will reduce the number of professionals getting opportunities.

“Seyi Tinubu is wearing wristwatches that cost billions of Naira on one hand, a non-elected individual flying in presidential jets and attending FEC meetings, but ordinary Nigerians fighting for survival must not succeed.”

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