There is a burning question surrounding the person of Folorunsho Coker, the Director General of the Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation.
Who is after him?
Who is out to embarrass him at all cost?
The reason(s) for this poser is simple.
Workers at the tourism agency he heads – NDTC – cashed in on his trip out of the country to quickly stage a protest on Wednesday, November 29 2017.
They decorated Coker with virtually all allegations used to stage similar “action” against past bosses of the agency.
Checks revealed the workers usually adopt the approach when the agency head(s) refuse to allow “business as usual”, which profits individuals but detrimental to the objectives of the corporation.
Digs revealed despite the dark intentions of protest against the new DG – hastily packaged while he not around -, it has suddenly assumed a life of its own and taking on a larger than life image.
“It’s like suddenly someone or some people have taken interest in the affair and fueling it” a source stated.
Checks revealed reports of the protest are rapidly gaining traction but slanted to embarrass Director General Coker.
The manner of publicity the hastily arranged workers’ action against Coker is getting is said to have started raising eyebrows among the discerning.
“It looks more like a campaign than just public interest reports” an observer noted.
This development is said to have sparked off questions, who is after Folly Coker?
And what is the endgame of this attempt to embarrass him by latching on to “workers protest” and “skewing” it in manners that paint him in deep and dark shades?