Human rights activist Omoyele Sowore strongly criticized President Bola Tinubu’s administration, referring to it as a government characterized by renewed incompetence.
Sowore expressed his dismay in response to Tinubu’s decision to provide N53 per day as palliative care to Nigerians for a duration of six months. Taking to Twitter, Sowore commented, “This is the government of #RenewedShege! So, @officialABAT is going to offer N53 per day as palliative for six months? This is a joke taken too far! These individuals have no regard for the well-being of Nigerians! #Revolutionnow.”
Tinubu had announced a plan to transfer N8,000 to 12 million impoverished households in the country over the course of the next six months. The president’s proposal was outlined in a letter addressed to the House of Representatives, regarding the $800 million loan request from the previous administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari for the social safety net program. Tinubu urged the House of Representatives to secure the loan.
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