The Confederation of All Progressives Congress (APC) Support Group has made strong statements regarding the wealth of opposition leaders and the state of poverty in Nigeria.
The group, led by director-general Mohammed Kailani, criticized Peter Obi of the Labour Party and Atiku Abubakar of the PDP for allegedly having millions stashed away while Nigerians suffer in poverty.
Kailani urged the opposition leaders to focus on addressing the issues within their own parties before offering advice to the current administration.
The group also expressed support for President Bola Tinubu, stating that he has the vision and strategy to improve the quality of life for all Nigerians.
The director-general’s remarks were made at a news conference in Abuja, where he called on the opposition to refrain from interfering with the president’s efforts and allow him to concentrate on addressing the nation’s problems.
“I advise both opposition leaders, henceforth, to first strategise on how to solve the problems in their political parties first”.
“They should accomplish this by tackling the complicated issues they face with methods based on facts, logic, and thorough planning before speaking with or offering advice to an administration that is performing effectively”.
“The opposition leaders claim to have good intentions for the nation when they make remarks, particularly in light of the fact that Labour Party member Peter Obi maintains approximately $1 trillion in his bank, Fidelity Bank”.
Additionally, Atiku Abubakar had roughly the same amount of money hidden abroad that he might have used to invest in the nation in order to help the vast majority of people find work and escape poverty.
“To overcome the aftereffects of their losses, they have now turned to wishful thinking politics,” he said.
“The President has good intentions and is well-suited to combat the symmetric and asymmetric warfare waged by this nation’s masses”.
“To bring about a big leap in the quality of life of all Nigerians, President Bola Tinubu has the vision, strategic thinking, and a clear, coherent strategy grounded on evidence and realism,” the statement read.