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“Atiku Challenges Tinubu’s Leadership Amidst Insecurity Crisis”

Boom RadioNG | January 30, 2024

Former Vice President Alhaji Abubakar Atiku, the PDP Presidential Candidate, Condemns Tinubu’s Leadership Approach

In a scathing critique of the current state of affairs in Nigeria, Alhaji Abubakar Atiku, former Vice President and PDP Presidential Candidate in Last Year’s Election, has taken aim at President Bola Tinubu’s leadership amidst the escalating tide of insecurity. Atiku, who served as Vice President under President Obasanjo from 1999 to 2007, minced no words in expressing his concern for the nation’s plight.

Insecurity Woes: A Nation in Crisis

“At a time when Nigeria is drowning in the ocean of insecurity, it’s disheartening to see Tinubu playing the fiddle,” Atiku stated, alluding to the renowned saying about Nero fiddling while Rome burned. He draws attention to a recent incident where kidnappers, unchecked by effective security measures, took the lives of a nursing mother and grandmother in Abuja, all over an unpaid N90 million ransom. This tragic event, coupled with the frequent occurrences of violence, has left Atiku deeply troubled.

Tourist-in-Chief Critique

Expressing his frustration, Atiku questioned the appropriateness of President Tinubu’s decision to embark on a so-called private visit at a time when the nation is grappling with serious security challenges. He accuses Tinubu of assuming the role of a “Tourist-in-Chief” instead of providing the 24/7 leadership that the country desperately needs.

“Atiku Challenges Tinubu’s Leadership Amidst Insecurity Crisis”


HE Alhaji Abubakar Atiku, former Vice President and PDP Presidential Candidate

Calls for Leadership Change

Taking a direct jab at Tinubu’s capacity to handle the nation’s affairs, Atiku suggested that if the “shoes are too big for Emilokan,” then Tinubu should step aside. Atiku went on emphasize that Nigeria doesn’t need another leader who appears detached during critical times.

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