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Cost Of Living Crisis: You’re Like a Quack Doctor – Atiku Blasts Tinubu Over ‘Shambolic’ Policies Causing Hardship

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The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the 2023 election, Atiku Abubakar has revealed the cause of massive hunger and hardship in the country.

He accused President Bola Tinubu of being the cause of the hunger.

Atiku, who stressed that Nigeria is in a dire situation, likened Tinubu to a quack doctor trying to treat a cancerous patient.

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In a statement by his Media Aide, Phrank Shaibu, Atiku said: “The fallout of the shambolic policies of President Bola Tinubu-led APC administration is killing Nigerians even as there are no efforts to stem the tide.

tribunal“The unprecedented hunger, poverty, and hardship in Nigeria were part of Tinubu’s ultimate plan to decimate Nigerians and pauperise them until they have no shred of dignity left.

“Tinubu is like a quack doctor trying to treat a cancerous patient. But the quack doctor is likely to kill the patient even faster than the cancer itself.”

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The former Vice president berated Tinubu for blaming ex-President Muhammadu Buhari for the current hardship.

“Rather than get to work, he continues to blame his predecessor, President Muhammadu Buhari, for handing him an empty treasury and a weak economy and the opposition for instigating mass protests.

“He talks as if Buhari was not a member of their diseased All Progressives Congress. He also forgets that his own kabukabu policies and its fallouts are what is instigating the mass protests across the country,” he said.

Atiku also accused Tinubu of playing politics with the appointment of ministers, stressing that most of them should not have been appointed.

He lamented that the President’s economic perspective was limited by the fact that he had surrounded himself with his “Lagos circle”, putting loyalty ahead of competence.

Atiku insisted that the President knew little about Nigeria’s economy and nothing about security or building a national economy.

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