Naira redesign targeted at Tinubu - Faparusi - NEWS FRONTIER DAILY


Thursday, February 2, 2023

Naira redesign targeted at Tinubu - Faparusi

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A Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Ekiti State, Hon. Bamidele Faparusi, has faulted the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN over the redesigning of the naira notes. 

According to him, the policy was a gang-up against the candidate of the party, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu,  to frustrate Nigerians, so that there can be a protest votes against him.

Faparusi, urged Nigerians to be very sensitive at this time not to play themselves into the hands of the evil manipulators, but to vote for Bola Ahmed Tinubu, as the president of Nigeria.

"The evil manipulators that does not mean well for Nigerians, so they know that Asiwaju Tinubu, is not the president that they can control."

The former Commissioner for Public Utilities and Infrastructures, in Ekiti State, said the newly redesigned naira notes at this critical time has political undertone.

Faparusi, made the observations while exchanging  views with newsmen in Ado-Ekiti, on the fuel crisis and the newly redesigned naira notes in the country.

"I want to criticize the redesigned of the naira, it's not APC policy, the CBN has its own autonomy under the law to do what is right, to regulate the economy, the financial sector, but doing so at this critical time, I want to believe it has some political undertone"

Faparusi, also a former House of Representative member, who represented Ekiti South  Federal Constituency 2, said the redesigned of the naira is the greatest problems we have faced in  recent time as a people.

"It's an I'll time policy, poorly implemented that has put Nigerians into hardship, irrespective of their political party.

"The APC as a party, the government of President Buhari, has tried his possible but there are a lot of concerns apart from the recent development of fuel scarcity, and redesigned of the naira, that has left everybody surprised."

He called on the government, to remove fuel subsidy once and for all so that at the end of the day, there would be solutions to the fuel crisis in Nigeria.

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