Stop running Nigeria like your Private enterprise ~ Jandor tells Tinubu

by Area Talk

Abdulazeez Adediran popularly known as Jandor, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate in Lagos State for the 2023 election has accused President Bola Tinubu of running the country like an enterprise with emphasis on revenue generation.

Jandor noted that since Tinubu assumed office in May last year his policies had been to accumulating revenue at the expenses of the welfare of Nigerians, noting that citizens had become poorer while their purchasing power had dropped significantly.

Jandor stated this on Sunday at a program organised to host members of his campaign council and other stakeholders in Ikeja.

He said President Tinubu should have put in place modalities for cushioning the effect of his economic reforms on Nigerians before announcing them, while rubbishing the palliative plans announced by the administration.

According to Jandor, “God has blessed you, you are now the President that you have always wanted take care of the people, you can’t run a government as if you are running a profit organisation.

“The approach they are adopting towards solving the economic problem is wrong.
The palliative can’t solve it; if you give me one bag of rice today is it the same bag of rice I would use to buy drug?

“Did you set up a minimum wage committee before removing fuel subsidy? Tinubu should have done that and review minimum wage before removing fuel subsidy.

“Even if you decide to pay any amount as mummy wage now who is going to make up for the suffering over the last one year?”.

The former gubernatorial candidate, condemned the forex policies of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), saying it was obvious that the apex bank was simply unsure of what to do.

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