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Tinubu locked up in presidential villa, says Ndume

Senate faction chief Ali Ndume (APC, Borno South) claims that President Bola Tinubu is unaware of the present state of affairs exterior the presidential villa.

Talking to journalists on the Nationwide Meeting complicated in Abuja on Wednesday, Ndume alleged that the president has been deposed and imprisoned by some forces.

Ndume was involved in regards to the lack of seen motion by the President to deal with the safety challenges within the nation.

He mentioned Nigerians had been more and more pissed off by the failure of the Tinubu-led authorities to deal with poverty, insecurity, starvation and different urgent challenges.

“Mr. President shouldn’t be within the image of what’s occurring exterior the Villa. He’s deposed and locked up. Many people is not going to undergo the again door to talk to him.

“Now they’ve stopped him from speaking, and he has no public affairs managers besides his spokesman, Ajuri Ngelale, who writes press releases. Nigerians are very offended,” Ndume mentioned.

He additionally confused the pressing want for the federal government to deal with the meals scarcity, warning that the dearth of meals might worsen the present disaster.

“The federal government shouldn’t be doing something in regards to the meals scarcity and pressing motion is required. We have now no meals reserves. A meals disaster is the worst disaster a rustic can face. After we add that to the safety disaster, it turns into severe,” he mentioned.

Ndume urged the President to be extra conscious of the realities dealing with the nation.

“The president should get up. It appears that he’s not within the image of what’s occurring as a result of he’s locked up by plutocrats. He should open his doorways and meet those that inform him the reality,” he added.

He mentioned: “Sadly, the individuals who inform him the reality could have no drawback assembly him. I’m very involved, not just for the president himself, however for myself.”

On the farmers-herders disaster, Ndume criticized stakeholders for not addressing the problem sincerely, saying contributions had been usually motivated by ethnic sentiments.

In an earlier interview with BBC Hausa on Wednesday, Ndume identified that the federal authorities’s lack of ability to deal with these points stays a major problem.

He additional alleged that some ministers are unable to speak to Tinubu on essential issues.

“The largest drawback with this authorities is that the doorways are closed, to the extent that even some ministers can’t see the President, not to mention members of the Nationwide Meeting, who do not need the chance to fulfill him and talk about points affecting their constituencies,” Ndume mentioned.

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