Akeredolu reveals real reasons behind Naira Redesign

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Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, has accused the Nigerian government of introducing policies aimed at sabotaging the forthcoming presidential and national assembly elections.

Rotimi Akeredolu
Rotimi Akeredolu

In a state broadcast aired on electronic media outfits in the state, Akeredolu claimed that the naira redesign and swap policy, as well as an alleged artificial scarcity of fuel, were deliberate attempts to de-market the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) government and create an uncontrollable crisis in the nation.

According to Akeredolu, the ultimate goal of the policies was to deny the country the service of a true patriot, the APC's presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu.

Akeredolu accused the government of attempting to abuse the principle of rotational presidency by denying a section of the country its legitimate right and fueling ethnic disaffection.

Despite the alleged efforts of selfish and subversive elements within the government to destroy multiparty politics in Nigeria, Akeredolu urged the people of the state to vote for the APC's presidential and other candidates in the forthcoming elections.

He assured the people that if elected, Tinubu would tackle many challenges facing the country and the state in particular, including youth unemployment, insecurity, and human capacity development.

"My message to you is that despite all the well-planned intrigues to deny you of your democratic rights and the future and prosperity of your offsprings, which Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu represents, I urge you to troop out massively and vote for the APC on Saturday," he said.

Akeredolu emphasized that this was the time to separate the past from the future, and urged the people to set a new flag and make Nigeria great.

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