“Nigerians Stuck”: SDP’s Adebayo Explains How Tinubu’s ‘Bad Policies’ Contributed to Hardship

FCT, Abuja – Amid the economic crisis, Adewole Adebayo, the Social Democratic Party (SDP) presidential candidate in the 2023 election, said Nigerians are stuck with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and his “bad” policies for four years....READ FULL ARTICLE

SDP’s Adebayo described Tinubu’s economic policies as bad as hardship bites harder.

Photo credit: Adewole Adebayo, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed TinubuSource: Facebook

Adebayo stated this on Sunday, February 25, while speaking about the current hardship in Nigeria on Channels Television’s programme, Sunday Politics.

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According to the presidential hopeful, he wouldn’t consider fuel subsidy removal from day one as president, but he would have approached the National Assembly to amend the 2023 Appropriation Act to allow subsidy for a while.

Speaking about Tinubu’s policies, the SDP flagbearer said:

As reported by Daily Trust , Adebayo added that the gains of the policies were lesser than the pains.
He noted specifically that Tinubu’s government should be “less arrogant” to do the right thing to provide succour for suffering Nigerians.

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In a similar development, AmbaJay reported that Yoruba national advocate Sunday Adeyemo, commonly known as Sunday Igboho, absolved President Tinubu of blame, instead implicating his predecessor, Buhari, for the country’s economic woes.

Speaking at the Igboho town monarch’s palace in Oyo state, Adeyemo claimed that Buhari left behind a Nigeria in turmoil for Tinubu.

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Additionally, he accused Buhari of orchestrating a violent raid on his home and attempting to assassinate him as retaliation for his activism against Fulani herders’ violence in the Southwest.…READ FULL ARTICLE