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Fayose: Buhari and his men carrying on like all is well with Nigeria

Fayose: Buhari and his men carrying on like all is well with Nigeria
December 24
14:39 2017
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Ayodele Fayose, Ekiti state governor, says it is worrisome that President Muhammadu Buhari and other members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) are “acting like all is well with Nigeria”.

Speaking on the scarcity of fuel in the country, Fayose said it should be clear to Nigerians that Buhari lacks “the required capacity to perform”.

The governor wondered why Nigerians “cannot celebrate” the festive period uder a government that promised change.

“The ‘We don’t care’ attitude of the govt is even more worrisome. While Nigerians continue to suffer from the ineptitude of this APC government, it is more worrisome that the president and his men are carrying on as if all is well with the country,” Fayose wrote on Twitter.

“Obviously, I have been vindicated on my position that President Buhari lacked the required capacity to perform. By now, it should be clear to all Nigerians that President Buhari does not have anything to offer Nigerians other that sufferings and hardships.

“One of the many effects of the President’s lack of the required mental and intellectual capacity to tackle the nation’s economic problems is the collapse of several companies and loss of 3.67 million jobs in 2016 and another 4.07 million jobs in 2017.

“Today, under a govt that promised change, Nigerians cannot even celebrate Christmas and New Year in peace because of the fuel scarcity orchestrated by the Buhari’s government just to achieve its aim of hiking fuel price. Nigerians are now buying petrol for as high as N600 times.”

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