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April 15, 2024

PDP Forum Criticizes Tinubu’s Economic Policies

The Kano Forum of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), House of Representatives Contestants In 2023 general elections, has criticized the economic policies of President Bola Tinubu, with particular emphasis on the hike in petroleum pump price and students’ tuition fees in the universities, which have brought untold hardship to Nigerians.

Spokesman of the group, Engr. Ahmed Rufa’i Dagumawa, who addressed Journalists in Kano at the Press Center Yesterday threw their weight on the protest and industrial action by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC).

He explained that, the President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s administration, “has failed Nigerians, and we in the PDP are waiting for the a Supreme Court verdict to reclaim our stolen mandate.”

According to him, the the Forum was not, “happy with the way this country’s economic policies, political and social direction is going on.

“We are not happy the way APC Government has been destroying the fundamental democratic principles; and our beloved country’s natural recourses through their worst economic policies.

“Considering what is happening for the time being, we are not happy with the way the wages, income, salaries, properties value and retirement accounts is seriously failing while poverty is rising rapidly.”

The Forum lamented that inflation and unemployment are negatively touching the lives of hapless Nigerians.

“With the absence of good economic policies that will create an economic opportunity for all and also when citizens understand and convinced that the game is fixed against them,” he said.

He further stated that, “we condemn and disagree with the hike in petroleum pump price. We condemn and disagree with the monetary and fiscal policies of the APC especially related to the foreign exchange matters.”

“We condemn and disagree with the way Nigerians are becoming totally poor in each and every given minute and international trade and the balance of payment system as well as foreign direct and portfolio investment system of APC government.” he concluded.

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