APC Accuses Atiku’s Aide of Electoral Trauma in Response to Allegations

APC Accuses Atiku’s Aide of Electoral Trauma in Response to Allegations

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has responded to Phrank Shaibu, the media aide to presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar, by claiming that his recent statements are rooted in electoral trauma resulting from his principal’s serial electoral failures.

Shaibu’s Claims

Phrank Shaibu had made several claims, including accusing President Bola Tinubu’s government of telling lies to the Nigerian people since its inauguration on May 29.

He also dared the APC-led federal government to disclose the landing cost of petrol and the pricing template used to maintain petrol prices below N640 per litre.

APC’s Response

In response to Shaibu’s allegations, APC’s National Publicity Secretary, Felix Morka, asserted that Shaibu lacks the capacity to comprehend the intricacies of statecraft and economic management due to the post-electoral traumatic stress disorder stemming from his boss’s repeated electoral defeats.

Morka highlighted that Shaibu’s primary evidence for his claims was President Tinubu’s appointment of more media aides than economic and security advisers.

He noted that the President swiftly restructured the security architecture and enhanced the Armed Forces’ performance in safeguarding lives and property.

Economic and Governance Understanding

The APC contended that Shaibu’s characterization of the government’s decisions, such as removing fuel subsidy, harmonizing foreign exchange regimes, and enacting the Students’ Loan Act, as “lies” demonstrates a poor understanding of economic development and governance.

Morka emphasized that while the fine details of these policies are still in the process of implementation, they possess valid objectives and the potential for transformative impact on the nation’s development.

The exchange between Atiku’s aide and the APC underscores the ongoing political discourse in Nigeria, where differing perspectives on governance and policy decisions continue to shape public discourse.

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