Tinubu not to blame for Economic challenges – Deputy speaker Kalu says

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The deputy speaker of the House of representatives Benjamin Kalu has absolved President Bola Tinubu of any blame as regards the economic situation of things in Nigeria.

<span;>The lawmaker made this known at his <span;>Bende <span;>country home in<span;> Abia State while celebrating his 53rd birthday with some less privileged members of the society including widows, persons with disabilities and orphans.

According to Kalu, Tinubu was trying remedy a situation he met on ground. He laid the blame squarely on previous administrations for the downward spiral of the economy.

He said that Nigerian need to be patient so that the president’s efforts would eventually pay off.
He said,


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“The hardship we are passing through was not caused by this man. It’s a piled up case of previous administrations and how they mismanaged one or two things.
We cannot continue to live in lies thinking that all is well. Tinubu wants to clean up the place so that we can have a genuine livelihood that is sustainable. Let’s keep supporting and encouraging him.”

He praised the president for being friendly to the South East Region as he attributed recent cross carpeting within the zone to the All Progressives Congress as part of his strategic moves.

“The product we are selling in the current administration of President Tinubu is the reason. If you are blind, are you also deaf to hear that this man has good plans for the South East region?

“He is doing well and that is what is attracting a lot of people to him. He helped one of their sons to become the number six citizen in the country. And this their son is doing well.

“Tinubu helped in my emergence by ensuring that the plan against the South East producing the Deputy Speaker did not work. He insisted that equity and fairness must prevail. He ensured balance in distribution of positions in the country.

“Mr President has endeared himself in the heart of Abians, and they are beginning to see that this is where the renewed hope is. That’s why they are leaving their parties.

“It’s not only PDP, even members of Labour Party are also joining the APC. We are pushing and targeting other political parties to join the mainstream political party.

“We expect a lot more people to come on board the APC ship. I can assure you that APC will take Abia State”.


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