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“The poverty-inducing policies of Tinubu have rendered life intolerable for Nigerians.” – PDP leader

May 13, 2024 | Politics | 0 comments

Tim Osadolor, a member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) National Working Committee (NWC), has accused the All Progressives Congress (APC) of orchestrating a plan to establish a one-party state in Nigeria, an allegation that the ruling party has consistently refuted.

Osadolor went on to criticize what he described as the “intentional policies of the Bola Tinubu-led federal government aimed at generating poverty,” claiming that these policies have exacerbated the hardships faced by ordinary Nigerians who were once comfortable.

He expressed concern that the economic challenges created by these policies have left many Nigerians struggling to make ends meet, making them vulnerable to manipulation and coercion. Osadolor emphasized the detrimental effects of hunger on decision-making, stating that individuals facing hunger are often unable to make rational choices.

According to Osadolor, opposition politicians, feeling the brunt of these economic hardships, may be tempted to defect to the APC in search of relief. He highlighted the desperation of many politicians who are grappling with financial challenges and suggested that joining the APC may seem like a viable solution to them.

Osadolor, who also serves as the national deputy youth leader of the PDP, defended the efforts of the Damagun-led NWC, stating that despite their best efforts, defectors are attempting to portray the party leadership as ineffective.

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