Former President Buhari Should Be Blamed For Hardship In Nigeria – Ex-Emir Of Kano Sanusi

Date: 12-02-2024 6:35 am (1 week ago) | Author: Olusanya Akinrinola
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The former Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi, has blamed the current hardship in Nigeria on former President Muhammadu Buhari.

Sanusi said it would be unfair to blame President Bola Tinubu for the hardship Nigerians are experiencing.

Speaking on Sunday during a virtual religious event, the former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, said Buhari’s administration failed to heed his counsel on how to salvage the country from economic woes.

The former Emir also vowed to criticise Tinubu if he sees any wrong economic policy in the future.

According to Sanusi: “If I am to be fair and just to President Bola Tinubu, he is not to blame for the current hardship; for eight years, we were living a fake lifestyle with huge debt from foreign and domestic debts.

“I can’t join other Nigerians criticising Tinubu on the current economic hardship, and I am not saying he is a saint free from wrongdoing, but in this current economic situation, President Tinubu is not to be blamed.”

He insisted that there was no other alternative than to remove the subsidy on fuel.


Posted: at 12-02-2024 06:35 AM (1 week ago) | Hero
- Benti247 at 12-02-2024 08:06 AM (1 week ago)
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He shouldn't have been allowed to  rule a country  like  Nigeria  in the first place.  Smoke him out from wherever he is  hiding and  probe him.
Posted: at 12-02-2024 08:06 AM (1 week ago) | Gistmaniac
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- kp45 at 12-02-2024 08:09 AM (1 week ago)
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Who can give account  Huh?
Posted: at 12-02-2024 08:09 AM (1 week ago) | Addicted Hero
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- Northrop at 12-02-2024 10:29 AM (1 week ago)
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This man talks too much to the extent of loosing a throne! Speaking English without shame, as if you have no native language
Posted: at 12-02-2024 10:29 AM (1 week ago) | Upcoming
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- fineboy77 at 12-02-2024 12:20 PM (1 week ago)
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No.His time has gone, we cant be blaming him for the entire duration of the tenure of the druggie in office, then when a new person enters there, we start blaming druggie. That tactics has expired. As he is talking now, you will think that he has the best interest of Nigeria at heart, but wiser people knows that he is working for this Govt to divert our attention. This is APC strategy.That was how they blamed the GEJ's regime for almost seven years of the Buhari administration, then used the remaining one year to talk about and plan how to rig the elections. Anyone that is in office must take responsibility. Nigeria is where it is today because of the ineptitude of the ''Master strategist''

Posted: at 12-02-2024 12:20 PM (1 week ago) | Addicted Hero
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- gogoman at 12-02-2024 02:05 PM (1 week ago)
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go into farming  Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes
Posted: at 12-02-2024 02:05 PM (1 week ago) | Grande Master
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- nikiniki at 12-02-2024 03:10 PM (1 week ago)
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Quote from: fineboy77 on 12-02-2024 12:20 PM
No.His time has gone, we cant be blaming him for the entire duration of the tenure of the druggie in office, then when a new person enters there, we start blaming druggie. That tactics has expired. As he is talking now, you will think that he has the best interest of Nigeria at heart, but wiser people knows that he is working for this Govt to divert our attention. This is APC strategy.That was how they blamed the GEJ's regime for almost seven years of the Buhari administration, then used the remaining one year to talk about and plan how to rig the elections. Anyone that is in office must take responsibility. Nigeria is where it is today because of the ineptitude of the ''Master strategist''
I TOTALLY AGREE WITH YOU.
Posted: at 12-02-2024 03:10 PM (1 week ago) | Gistmaniac
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