Subsidy Removal: Your first executive decision was a flop, according to Atiku's aide.

Daniel Bwala, an aide to Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, presidential candidate for 2023, has described President Bola Tinubu's first executive decision as a blunder.

Before making the declaration, Tinubu, according to Bwala, should have put in place deliverables that would cushion the impact of subsidy removal.

He stated that the Tinubu-led All Progressives Congress, APC, failed to provide deliverables before announcing the removal of subsidies because they want Nigerians to suffer.

Tweeting, Bwala wrote: “If you don’t know strategy, you suffer political tragedy. The first executive decision of @officialABAT was misfired; not a good sign for him and his economic whisperers. Although all candidates agree on the removal of fuel subsidy, albeit they differ in the procedure.

“There is no excuse for this policy gaffe because it was a transition between APC @OfficialAPCNg @MBuhari to APC @OfficialAPCNg @officialABAT in which there were comprehensive transition meetings where enough briefings on the travails of the past administration in dealing with fuel subsidy were shared.

“From when fuel subsidy removal was legislated to date, enough time was had to have provided robust and workable deliverables for cushioning the effect, yet because APC pride on afflicting Nigerians with holocaust hardship they chose that path. They just love to grab power without concrete plans for economic recovery.”

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