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Politics » Atiku mocks Tinubu by: RobertGrant(m) .:. Sun, 29 Jan, 2023 - 09:47:18:am GMT
Atiku Abubakar has lambasted Asiwaju Bola Tinubu over the Central Bank of Nigeria's whitewash of the naira redesign policy, the CBN said the naira's change has foiled his plan to buy votes during the presidential election.
Acting as a Labor Party, the Zenit Labor Party has instructed the CBN not to pressure the CBN to change its policy.

Mr. Frank Shaibu, the spokesman for the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, has disclosed that the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu, has been badly hit by CBN politics. turned to the use of money.
Ebonyi state administration is in Abuja
Shaibu: "Tinubu, frustrated by the Central Bank of Nigeria's (CBN) inability to support the cashless policy and currency redesign that will increase the credibility of next month's election, has begun to cry for the imminent defeat. .

"Although the CBN policy affects all 18 political parties, APC is the only one disappointed as plans to deploy red cars and bribe voters and security personnel on election day failed."

He recalled that two cars loaded with money were dropped off at Tinubu's residence at 26 Bourdillon Road, Ikoyi before the 2019 Presidential election. Several requests were made to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) but nothing has been heard since then. "
Zenith Labor Party presidential candidate, Chief Dan Nwanyanwu supported Atiku on this issue against Tinubu, CBN described the Naira redesign policy as a patriotic decision that should be supported by all.

He said: I want to take this opportunity to call the Governor of the Central Bank, Godwin Emefiele, to call on him not to obey or listen to anyone who says that the old notes should be extended to be returned to the bank.

"if he does this, his name will be written in gold. On the part of the President, his mantra has failed Nigerians and he has come to Nigerians that he will ensure free and fair elections.

I want to say that the decision taken with the approval of the Central Bank of Nigeria and President Buhari is the best for the country.

"This is a national decision by the CBN on the timing of the new banknotes and the withdrawal of the old notes."

He also said, We have been in this country and we have been given the responsibility to serve the people, go there to help them.

"They steal money and use it personally. They don't even use it to develop their neighborhood.

"They collect money in the house, in the septic tank, in the farm, and some of these funds have been working for more than ten, fifteen years. So why steal what you don't need?

So, CBN should close its mind.

This category of naira notes will become toilet paper if not returned before the date set by the CBN.

"It won't do any good. People are now afraid to take these notes to the bank for fear of being recognised.

"Millions and millions of naira notes are still in some people's homes. It takes guts to bring them to the bank or come out of the toilet paper at the end of next week. "This is a way to ensure free and fair elections by not having money to buy votes for politicians.

So those who deny it, whether they are members of the National Assembly or anyone else, are not very patriotic.

Do you need to carry cash in all your transactions? Go ahead and spend it? Don't cry, we have been holding on for seven and a half years.

"This money will circulate immediately after the election and I believe the CBN will release the money so that Nigeria has money. Those who are crying are crying because they want money to buy votes.

"Emefiele, don't give up, you have the support of the majority of Nigerians, more than 95% of Nigerians are behind you on this issue."

Also, the National Publicity Secretary of the Labor Party, Dr. Usunusa Tanko, said, "It is not surprising that people who are in front of money and politics, who used to distribute cars for election purposes, complain about this commendable. government. policy aimed at preventing inflation .

"Look at the current inflation indicator, the inflation rate is down. The CBN should not back down, the bank should insist on January 31 to prevent those who put billions in their coffers to buy votes from being deprived of this opportunity."

. Tinubu's mockery of Atiku came after the APC presidential candidate accused the CBN of using the Naira redesignation policy to derail the election.


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Re: Atiku mocks Tinubu by: Obajichi(f) .:. Tue, 31 Jan, 2023 - 01:44:19:pm GMT

The both of them are from the same hole. It doesn't bother me when they throw words at each other because they'll always find a way of settling themselves.

That's why they are dirty politicians.
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