Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate for the All Progressives Congress in the 2023 elections, argues that Nigerians who oppose the government’s borrowings should stop driving Mercedes-Benz and Lexus vehicles.
Tinubu made this assertion without providing context or justification during the distribution of campaign materials in Abuja on Friday.Informaion Guide Nigeria
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“I stand before you proudly, noting that those who are afraid of the budget, the thoughts of borrowing. Yes, borrowing. If borrowing is a crime, entire America should be in jail. If borrowing is a crime, stop using Mercedes Benz and Lexus,” Mr Tinubu declared.
Audiences were astonished by the correlation between the use of specific automobile brands and fears about increasing national indebtedness.
As he suffers with his frail physical condition, the former governor of Lagos has been scrutinised for his cerebral acuity, mental clarity, and general health.
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The 70-year-recent old’s incomprehensible statements have increased the fears of his observers, who believe he may be exhibiting dementia symptoms.
Mr. Tinubu raised a stir last week when he stated that the vision, ingenuityr, and tenacity of Kaduna Governor Nasir El-rufai in converting “a bad situation into a worse one” is essential for the future administration.
Mr. Tinubu was asked at another gathering in Kaduna how his administration would address climate change as championed by the West. He responded, “Climate change is a question of how to prevent a church rat from eating a poisoned Holy Communion.”Jamb Result
In one of his recent public appearances, Tinubu confessed that his aides had cautioned him not to deviate from his prepared remarks, ostensibly in an effort to reduce his profusion of gaffes.