2023 Polls: “They Moved Exchange Rate From N200 to N800,” Tinubu Fires More Shots at Buhari’s Administration
The present administration has been accused of bringing hardship upon the people by frustrating Nigeria’s economic stability
The allegation against President Muhammadu Buhari’s led administration was made by Bola Tinubu, the standard-bearer of the APC
Tinubu said that the naira-to-dollar exchange moved from N200 to N800 between 2015 and 2023
The 2023 presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu, has accused President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration of killing Nigeria’s economy.
Speaking at his presidential rally in Calabar, the capital city of Cross River state, Bola Tinubu expressed displeasure over the current naira-to-dollar exchange rate under the government of President Buhari.
In a video seen by WOTHAPPEN, Tinubu said the present leaders are not good thinkers.
The former Lagos state governor added that if those in authority had solutions, they would have addressed Nigeria’s economic challenges.
“Today as they torture, they moved the exchange rate from N200 to N800. If they had repaired it, if they had arrested it, we won’t be where we are today. We will be greater.
“They don’t know the way, they don’t know how to think. they don’t know how to do.”
Atiku breathes fire, issues strong warning to Tinubu amid perceived dispute with Buhari
Atiku Abubakar of the PDP warned Bola Tinubu of the APC to desist from roping him into his crisis with President Buhari.
The warning was issued by the former vice president through the Atiku/Okowa campaign organisation.
The spokesperson of the organisation said Tinubu’s politics has always been about “self and the cabal” as he never cared for Nigerians or the success of the government he claimed to have brought to power.
“This man go give PDP HBP,” Nigerians react as Chimaroke Nnamani changes DP on Twitter
In other news, Chimaroke Nnamani had earlier shared a campaign poster showing the logo of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and that of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
The former lawmaker shared the controversial campaign poster on his Twitter page on Monday, January 30.
Nnamani, who set the Twitter space agog, did not say a word but indicated that the poster is his new profile photo.