Atiku Campaign Spokesman Criticizes Tinubu-led Government, Highlights Nigerians’ Suffering

Atiku Campaign Spokesman Criticizes Tinubu-led Government, Highlights Nigerians’ Suffering

…By Jack Sylva for TDPel Media. Daniel Bwala, the spokesperson for the dissolved Atiku Presidential Campaign Organisation, expressed his concern over the suffering of Nigerians under the Bola Tinubu-led Federal Government.

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In a Twitter post, he highlighted the unbearable rate of hardship caused by the administration’s policies.

Lamenting the High Cost of Living

Bwala, a prominent member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), expressed his distress over the exorbitant cost of necessities in the country.

He specifically mentioned the high prices of food items, transportation, goods and services, medical expenses, and school fees.

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Bwala also shared that he receives numerous daily calls from people seeking help to cope with the challenging circumstances.

Nigerians Struggling to Survive in a Resource-Rich Nation

Bwala emphasized that Nigerians are merely asking for basic necessities to survive in a country blessed with abundant natural and human resources.

He expressed frustration at the stark contrast between the nation’s wealth and the hardships its citizens endure.

Shehu Sani Reacts to EU Report on 2023 Elections

Former lawmaker Shehu Sani responded to the European Union’s report on the 2023 general elections in Nigeria.

The EU presented its report to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on June 27, 2023.

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Sani noted that the EU’s trust in INEC had been severely damaged, particularly due to the failure to electronically upload the presidential election result.

Sani expressed his opinion on the EU’s report, suggesting that their findings were to be expected since they financially contributed to the elections.

This implies a potential bias in their assessment of the electoral process.

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