Your Government Has Nipped Our Expectations In The Bud, Writes APC Chief Tinubu

In an open letter to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Salihu Mohammed Lukman, a former deputy chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the country (Northwest) showed signs that have emerged in the first month of Tinubu’s administration, according to the Daily News.

Trusted News In a letter titled “A terrible show: an open letter to President Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu” published in Abuja on Monday accused the president of forcing a Muslim-Muslim situation in the party after winning the February 25 election.


The letter read: “Sir, I am very pleased to send you this open letter because there are disturbing signs which, if not stopped, can cause serious problems and undermine our ability to vote as a party.

Without trying to question your authority and your commitment to the well-being of Nigeria as a nation, within the short time you assumed office on May 29, 2023, decisions have been made that hurt many of us who are working hard to the game. ”

He continued: “Instead of even trying to answer the challenge and show that we called for a Muslim-Muslim ticket as an election plan, we are forcing Muslim-Muslim differences in the party and who heads of state and nation.

the secretary is both Muslim. And we want to say that we are a progressive party? What is the hallmark of our progressive politics? Of course, it is not what Nigerians and – his expectation, which is pleasing to us as citizens, from what Nigerians have given us since 2015 to look after the affairs of the government.

As it is, both the party and Nigerians, the expectation We and your government have failed.


He also listed “things that are troubling” including the current currency exchange rate (dollar to naira), the cost of fuel at the pump, and the appointment of his appointed ministers. He expressed concern about the support of Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje and the role of Ajibola Bashiru, who is Muslim, for the position of chairman and national secretary of the PCA. He said that this decision led to chaos among party members and society.

He expressed disappointment, stating that when Bashiru, who hails from Osun State, was nominated to replace the outgoing Secretary of State, Iyiola Omisore from the same state, Tinubu was absent. allow the former governor of Nasarawa State, Umaru Tanko Al-Makura, who is also a loyalist, or another high-ranking member of the PCA Nasarawa State to be the president of Adam’s nation.

Instead, another Muslim-Muslim duo was favored. The former vice president of the PCA also expressed doubts about the process used to appoint ministers. For these reasons, he questioned whether Tinubu’s “New Hope” plan would be implemented properly.

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