Tinubu has destroyed the Nigerian economy, says Atiku

Atiku Abubakar, the former Vice President of Nigeria and PDP Presidential candidate in the last general election has accused President Ahmed Bola Tinubu of destroying the Nigerian economy.

Atiku Abubakar, who has been in Dubai since after the Supreme Court judgement on his suit against Tinubu’s election victory, has been vocal in his opposition against the federal government under Bola Tinubu.

The former Vice President condemned Tinubu for travelling to France on a private visit while the country is dwindling economically following numerous kidnapping activities and other insecurity challenges in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja and other parts of the country.

He accused the President of lacking the political will to tackle insecurity in the country.

“Tinubu is playing fiddle while Nigeria is drowning in the ocean of insecurity. Imagine that the Commander-in-Chief is on a so-called private visit while kidnappers kill a nursing mother and grandmother in Abuja for failing to pay N90m ransom and two monarchs in Ekiti, among other regular tragedies besetting Nigerians. If the shoes are too big for Emilokan, he should step aside. Nigeria does not need another Tourist-in-Chief. The country needs 24/7 leadership to confront the pervasive insecurity and collapsing economy.”

He disclosed this on his official handle on the microblogging platform, X.

REPORT AFRIQUE had earlier reported on President Tinubu’s private trip to France last week.

In another development, Vice President Kashim Shettima acting on behalf of Tinubu inaugurated a committee to increase the minimum wage in Nigeria.

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