Kenneth Okonkwo, a lawyer and spokesperson for the OBIDATTI Presidential campaign council, has expressed his dissatisfaction with the state of affairs since President Bola Ahmed Tinubu took office on May 29. In a statement, Okonkwo said the cost of living has significantly escalated since Tinubu’s administration assumed leadership of the nation.
According to him, the ruling party, All Progressive Congress (APC) promised Nigerians change in 2015, but many failed to discern whether this change would be positive or negative. He noted that the party has now returned with renewed promises….CONTINUE READING
Okonkwo further highlighted the initial promise of change brought by the APC in 2015, emphasizing that many Nigerians accepted it without fully grasping the potential implications, whether positive or negative.
“He said, ‘APC came in 2015 with change. Nigerians accepted it but many didn’t realize that the change they were talking about could be positive or negative,”
Okonkwo’s statement comes as the nation faces various challenges, including rising insecurity, inflation, and unemployment.
The Tinubu administration has promised to address these challenges and lead Nigeria to economic prosperity, but many remain skeptical.