“They Don’t Even Know” – Bwala Says Tinubu Is Campaigning Against Buhari

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The spokesman of the Atiku Abubakar presidential campaign, Daniel Bwala has stated that the All Progressives Congress (APC) is a house divided against itself which can not stand.

According to Bwala, the 80-page manifesto recently released by the APC presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu is full of hopelessness.

Speaking on Wednesday during his appearance on Channels Television’s Politics Today, the campaign spokesperson added that it seems the APC has forgotten that it is the ruling party.

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He further described Tinubu’s manifesto tagged ‘Renewed Hope 2023 – Action Plan for a Better Nigeria’ as ‘renewed hopelessness.’

“Let me tell you why it is hopeless. This current government is the government of APC; they don’t even know. Their entire manifesto is a campaign against the government. And a kingdom divided against itself cannot stand.

“Read their campaign manifesto; it is activism. You are doing activism against who? You said you wanted to remove subsidy. You forgot that when Jonathan wanted to remove subsidy, all of them went to the streets and called the heavens to come down on him.

“Remember also that as soon as the election was coming close, when they talked about subsidy, they said who is subsidy.

“Eight years down the line, they have not. Even the PIA that was passed into law which created the platform for the removal of subsidy, they all came out against it.

“Today, even unionists in their party are saying they want to remove subsidy. Nigerians cannot be fooled in that area.

“They also talked about giving student loans. Read that renewed hopelessness. Where are they going to get the funding? There is no economic blueprint for job creation.

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