Buhari Leaving Behind 77Trillion Debt, 133million Poor People – Shehu Sani

 

By Miriam Humbe, Abuja

Senator Shehu Sani on Wednesday, strongly critisized President Muhammadu Buhari for telling Nigerians that he had delivered on the Change he promised them during his campaigns.
Shehu Sani said that President Buhari who was expected to leave office on May 29, 2023, would be leaving behind, 77trillion Naira debt, 133million poverty stricken people.
While referencing the United Nations Children Fund, (UNICEF), Senator Sani said that the President would also be leaving behind, 25million people at the risk of hunger.
Shehu Sani who made these claims in a post on his Twitter handle, @ShehuSani also said that in addition to that, there were some 10million out of school children, mass killings and kidnapping on a daily basis, only a few weeks to the President’s departure.
“Yet he said he has delivered on the Change he promised”, Sani said.
@ShehuSani wrote: “The President is leaving behind 77trillion naira debt,133million poverty stricken people,25m people at the risk of hunger according to Unicef,10m out of school children,mass killings and kidnappings on a daily basis;yet he said he has delivered on the Change he promised.”
On a countdown, President Muhammadu Buhari had less than 26 days to hand over the a new administration on May 29, 2023 as at the time of this report.
As at press time, nearly four hours after the post, the tweet generated 5,200 likes, 2,870 retweets and 970 comments and still counting.
Meanwhile, President Buhari told Nigerians that his government had delivered Change to the nation.
While inaugurating a housing estate in Zuba, Abuja on Tuesday, the President said that the Change dividend was especially in the area of affordable housing, among other areas of national life.
Members of the opposition parties however, took a swipe at the President for scoring himself highly.

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