Atiku Abubakar’s Spokesperson Criticizes President Tinubu’s Foreign Trips and Abandonment of Manifesto
In a candid statement on Arise TV prime time, Daniel Bwala, the spokesperson for Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), expressed strong criticism of President Tinubu’s administration, accusing it of abandoning its manifesto and relying excessively on foreign trips with photo opportunities.
Bwala’s remarks were made during an interview anchored by Charles Aniagolu. In his statements, he pointed out what he sees as a departure from the principles and commitments laid out in President Tinubu’s manifesto.
“President Tinubu has abandoned his manifesto and is relying on foreign trips with photo ops,” Bwala stated, signaling his concern regarding the trajectory of the current administration’s policies and actions.
Watch the full interview here.
Video Credit: Arise TV, Source: YouTube.
Bwala went on to assert that, in his opinion, this administration may surpass its predecessor in terms of perceived shortcomings and challenges. This statement suggests a less optimistic outlook for the governance of the country under President Tinubu’s leadership.
As political discussions and assessments of the government’s performance continue to be a topic of interest in Nigeria, statements like those made by Daniel Bwala contribute to the ongoing dialogue surrounding the country’s political landscape and governance.
It is important to note that political discourse is diverse and can vary widely in its perspectives and evaluations of government actions. The views expressed in this interview represent one side of the ongoing political debates in Nigeria.
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