Atiku Abubakar, a former vice president, has charged Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the APC’s (All Progressives Congress) presidential candidate, with attacking President Muhammadu Buhari.
In response to Tinubu’s contentious comment, Atiku made this statement on Wednesday in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State.
The petroleum crisis and the redesign of the naira, according to Tinubu, who ran for office in the state, were an attempt to disrupt the 2023 elections.
They oppose the outcome of this election. They intend to undermine it (elections). At the event, Tinubu posed the question, “Will you allow them?,” to which his thronging followers replied, “No.”
“We will trek to vote even if they say there is no fuel. They could claim there is no fuel because they are full of mischief. However, they have been planning to provoke a fuel crisis.
“Let them raise the price of fuel; only they are aware of where they have stored fuel, money, and naira; we will cast our ballot and prevail.” even if the Naira notes’ ink were modified. Whatever their plans may be, they will fail. We’re going to succeed. The PDP will suffer losses (won ma lule).
The All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate for president, Bola Tinubu, has started sobbing over his impending defeat, according to a statement released by Phrank Shaibu, his Special Assistant for Public Communication. “Obviously frustrated by his inability to stop the cashless policy and currency redesign of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), which will curb vote buying and enhance the credibility of next month’s election, Atiku said in response.
“Tinubu claimed that he was the target of the currency redesign while speaking to a throng in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State. Well, the Holy Bible states in Proverbs 28:1 that “the honest person is as bold as a lion, while the wicked flee when no one pursues them.”
“Even though all 18 political parties are impacted by the CBN policy, Tinubu is the only one who is frustrated… President Muhammadu Buhari’s reluctance to appear at some of his inane rallies further infuriated Tinubu, who then launched an attack against the President who also serves as the Minister of Petroleum.
“The APC candidate who was upset said,
“You are hoarding both fuel and naira. We will vote nonetheless, and we will prevail in this election. The situation won’t turn out as you desire, regardless of whether you change the naira’s ink or spend money till you are in debt; we will win the election and our opponents will lose.
It is amusing that Tinubu is only making a statement about the fuel shortage, which began in various parts of the nation in February 2022. Fuel lines have been present in Lagos, where Tinubu claims to be the landowner, since last November. Given that elections are 30 days away, Tinubu’s attempt to distance himself from his party’s shortcomings seems questionable. He is already blaming the shortage of fuel and the devaluation of the naira for his impending electoral defeat. On February 25, 2023, Tinubu should resign or get ready to be humiliated. For the wise, one word is adequate.