"Unevenful 100 Days In Office"- Atiku's Ex-Aide Tackles Tinubu

"Unevenful 100 Days In Office"- Atiku's Ex-Aide Tackles Tinubu

  • Daniel Bwala, a chieftain of the PDP and former aide to Atiku Abubakar, has accused President Bola Tinubu of governing Nigeria in poetry
  • Bwala described Tinubu's 100 days in office as uneventful, adding that his government has not met the expectations of Nigerians.
  • The senior advocate said the president must concentrate on governance rather than taking international trips for photo ops

FCT, Abuja - Daniel Bwala, a former aide to Atiku Abubakar, the flagbearer of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has asked President Bola Tinubu to concentrate on governance rather than going on diplomatic trips to take pictures.

Speaking on AriseTv on Tuesday evening, September 12, Bwala argued that Tinubu's 100 days in office were uneventful.

He said the president needed to pay more attention to nation-building than "photo ops" abroad.

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Daniel Bwala faults President Tinubu's foreign trip Photo Credit: Bola Ahmed Tinubu
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Tinubu governing in poetry

The PDP chieftain also alleged that the president's recent announcement of securing several deals with some world leaders -- including the United Arab Emirates (UAE) -- was untrue.

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Recall that the presidency, on Tuesday, September 12, announced the suspension of the UAE's visa ban on Nigerian travelers after Tinubu met with President Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan in Abu Dhabi.

Speaking on Tinubu's performance in office so far, he said:

“It would have been good news if, for example, it is true. Unfortunately, it is not. It is said that we campaign in poetry, but we govern in prose, but it appears that they are still governing in poetry.”

"Tinubu's 100 days in office uneventful", Atiku's aide

Bwala contended that what should be considered an achievement must be seen by all Nigerians and not a creation of someone's imagination.

According to Bwala, Nigeria's education, labour, and health sectors are still going through many challenges.

Tribunal: Second APC Senator sacked in Delta State

Legit earlier reported that the National Assembly election tribunal in the PDP-controlled Delta State declared the election of APC's Ede Dafinone in the Delta Central Senatorial district as inconclusive.

Dafinone would be the second APC senator sacked in the state within two weeks. The first was Joel Onowakpo of Delta South senatorial district.

The court ordered INEC to conduct a supplementary election in four of eight LGAs in the Delta Central.

The court added that the poll should be conducted in the Warri South LGA in the Delta South.

Source: Legit.ng

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