Tinubu is not to Blame for the Ongoing Hardship in the Country, Deputy Speaker

The House of Representatives’ Deputy Speaker, Rt. Hon. Benjamin Kalu, asserted that President Bola Tinubu was not to blame for the present economic crisis in Nigeria. This is in honor of the congressman, who celebrated his 53rd birthday on Sunday by honoring widows, orphans, disabled individuals, and the elderly at his country house in Bende, Abia State.
The Deputy Speaker responded to queries from reporters during the well attended event by explaining that President Tinubu is making a lot of effort to correct the mistakes made by the previous governments in Nigeria, which led to the country’s current economic problems.

We must acknowledge the reality of our situation and support Tinubu’s efforts to foster genuine, sustainable livelihoods,” Kalu stated optimistically. He expressed confidence in a brighter future for Nigeria and encouraged citizens not to lose faith in the current leadership.

Explaining his decision to celebrate his birthday with the less privileged, Kalu emphasized the importance of compassion and service to humanity. He highlighted the neglect often faced by vulnerable groups and stressed the need to provide them with hope and assistance.

It’s unacceptable to live in luxury while others suffer,” Kalu asserted. “We must extend a helping hand to those in need and promote love, peace, and unity regardless of political differences.”

Regarding the influx of politicians from other parties, particularly the Peoples Democratic Party, into the All Progressives Congress (APC), Kalu attributed this trend to President Tinubu’s inclusive approach, especially towards the Southeast region.

“The appeal of President Tinubu’s administration lies in its commitment to the development of the South East,” Kalu remarked. “His track record and vision for the region have attracted many, including prominent figures from other parties.”

Kalu concluded by reaffirming his dedication to serving humanity and fostering unity and inclusivity in Nigerian politics.

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