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UNDER BUHARI WATCH, NIGERIANS MOVED FROM SLAVERY TO BONDAGE – ATIKU

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential Campaign Organisation has acknowledged the current observe by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo to go to markets all through the nation ‘hawking’ N10,000 inside the establish of TraderMoni is a sign of underemployment, saying this may not have occurred in a extreme nation.

It moreover described President Muhammadu Buhari’s 2019 New Year speech as pathetically empty and an indication that he has lastly given up, following his irredeemable rejection by Nigerians.

Speaking yesterday on Arise News, a sister broadcast arm of THISDAY Newspaper, a spokesperson of PDP’s presidential advertising marketing campaign organisation, Mr. Akin Osuntokun, acknowledged sharing of N10,000 would not help the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led authorities inside the frequent elections.

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He acknowledged, “Nigerians normally will not be that gullible. Sharing N10,000 in few weeks to the elections will not help this authorities, besides you could be implying that Nigerians are gullible. A country and residents that vote on that basis has a problem; you advertising marketing campaign on what you have achieved.

“That is an indication of a vice chairman who’s underemployed. The vice chairman of a extreme nation of 180 million people going spherical markets and motor parks hawking N10,000; is that governance? That is a joke.

“Have you ever heard it in any serious country where the vice president goes from door-to-door to campaign? The vice president of Nigeria – their job is 24 hours, the complexity of Nigeria governance alone. If that is the priority of a vice president – knocking from door-to-door, then, that is an explanation of why the government has failed,” he added.

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