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President Tinubu and APC Urged to Take Governance Seriously after 100 Days in Office

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President Tinubu and APC Urged to Take Governance Seriously after 100 Days in Office
Public affairs analyst Dr. Abubakar Sani has called on President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and the All Progressives Congress (APC) to prioritize governance and show empathy towards the suffering of Nigerians. He highlighted the need for immediate short-term solutions to address the country's economic challenges. Despite concerns over military coups in the region, Dr. Sani emphasized that a coup is not the solution, but rather a call for politicians to rethink their approach and avoid further citizen anger.

FCT, Abuja - As President Bola Ahmed Tinubu marks his 100 days in office, public affairs analyst Dr. Abubakar Sani has urged him and the All Progressives Congress (APC) to wake up and take governance seriously. Sani highlighted the urgent need for the administration to show empathy towards the suffering of Nigerians and to address the economic challenges the country is facing.

Dr. Sani criticized the government for repeatedly telling Nigerians to be patient, stating that after eight years of wasted opportunities, the people need action. He stated, "The APC government must wake up from its slumberings and lackadaisical attitude of asking Nigerians to be patient and continue enduring till kingdom come. Nigerians have suffered for far too long, and the people need action."

The public affairs analyst acknowledged the growing pattern of military coups in West Africa but asserted that it is not the answer to Nigeria's problems. He stated, "A coup is not the solution. Our politicians are living large while the masses sink into poverty and hunger. The frustration in the land is too much. I will score this government very low in its 100 days. Maybe a D-grade, but certainly not a B or C grade."

Dr. Sani raised concerns over the state of the economy and the lack of progress made in President Tinubu's first 100 days in office. He highlighted issues of security, law, order, and economic satisfaction, pointing to incidents such as the loss of 30 soldiers and a military plane. He criticized the government for not effectively addressing these challenges and urged them to sit up.

Responding to the news, Dada Olusegun, President Tinubu's Special Assistant on social media, dismissed claims of a media chat to mark the 100-day milestone. Olusegun clarified that the president is currently attending the G-20 Summit in New Delhi, India.

In conclusion, the call for President Tinubu and the APC to take governance seriously and show empathy towards the suffering of Nigerians is necessary. The urgency for short-term solutions to alleviate the economic challenges faced by the masses cannot be overstated. While concerns over military coups persist, it is vital for politicians to address grievances and work towards sustainable development.

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