Naira redesign policy targeted at Tinubu – Gbajabiamila

Femi Gbajabiamila, the speaker of the House of Representatives, has alleged that the naira redesign policy is a plot aimed at scuttling Bola Tinubu’s presidential ambition.

The speaker said this when he commissioned buses acquired for his constituents’ commute but are meant to charge low fares.

The populist initiative seems to be a strategy to shore up Tinubu and his ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) chances at the coming polls.

At the ceremony Gbajabiamila said, “As your representative and speaker, I have a good understanding of the current hardships and discomfort being faced by many Nigerians, without exception to my constituents.”

“The lower legislative chamber under my leadership has been on the side of the people, working tirelessly to rescue them from these difficulties. I am glad that the judiciary has also confirmed our position on the implementation of the policy of naira redesign.”

He explained that the new naira banknotes policy was a well-thought-out one, which had unfortunately been hijacked and politicised, alleging that some elements created a crisis around the policy to stop Tinubu from becoming the next president.

Gbajabiamila said the plot seemed to be failing as Nigerians still keep faith with the APC and Tinubu despite the chaos following the naira scarcity.

“Nobody can convince me that it is not a plot to stop Asiwaju from becoming the president of this country. But I am glad that our God is a wonderful being as the plot these people sat together to hatch, he has intervened,” said Gbajabiamila.

He added, “I have followed the campaign team to the East, North and everywhere with Asiwaju, and I doff my hat for Nigerians.”

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