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Buhari’s Govt Is A “Jungle Of Rival Gangs After Own Money” — SDP Presidential Candidate

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Buhari’s Govt Is A “Jungle Of Rival Gangs After Own Money” — SDP Presidential Candidate

 

The Social Democratic Party (SDP) presidential candidate in next year’s election, Prince Adewole Adebayo has lampooned the seven and the half years the Muhammadu Buhari administration by saying that President Buhari “runs a jungle of rival gangs after own money”.

The SDP Standard said in a series of tweets on his verified Twitter handle that President Buhari is standing akimbo and watching his presidency become a stage for pediatric hirelings and mischievous crowd renters who have no right to be in public office.

The Lawyer turned politician also described as “dangerous and ridiculous” the part being played by the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr. Godwin Emefiele in the country’s political process.

He said, “I have said it not with joy but most regretfully that @MBuhari watches his presidency become a stage for pediatric hirelings and mischievous crowd renters who have no merit to be in public office. Now factions of overfed incompetents are dancing naked in face of hungry Nigerians.

“The most dangerous and ridiculous saga I have seen is how @GodwinIEmefiele is now part of the present political shenanigans instead of paying keen attention to monetary policies. Ongoing CUPP theatrical press conference smacks of infighting by a derailed team of @MBuhari.

“Nigerians can now see in the open what we have always said that Nigerians are poor and insecure not because our problems of hunger and insecurity are hard to solve but because there is no proper government focusing on official agenda. @MBuhari runs a jungle of rival gangs after own money.”

 

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