PDP moles, looters scheming to serve Buhari’s govt – Tinubu

By Bode Olagoke
Former governor of Lagos state and national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Senator Bola Tinubu, has raised the alarm over moves by some members of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to regain access into government through the backdoor.

Tinubu, therefore, urged the government to urgently restructure the economy by initiating fiscal policies that stand unrivalled in its objectives, saying the government must summon political and social courage for the task ahead of it.

In a statement issued to commemorate the first year anniversary of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government, Tinubu said the nation would forfeit her future if the present administration gives into their deceit.
“Those who benefitted from injustices past energetically plot their return. The looters of yesterday to whom we waved farewell in the 2015 elections now try to shimmy through the backdoor to continue their pilfering ways.

“We shall forfeit the nation’s future if we give into their deceit or if we fall into despondency because progress does not appear to come as fast or as systematically as we hoped.
“You, the people, must participate in government as never before. We cannot be passive onlookers when what lies in the balance is the future of our children and their sons and daughters after them. If someone tried to kidnap your child, you would not fold your hands and close your mouth. Then we should not do so when the vultures and hyenas of yesterday sneak about in an attempt to steal, perhaps not our children, but their very futures.”

While advising the government on some fiscal policy route that may lead to the revamping of the nation’s economy, Tinubu said: “Government must dedicate unprecedented amounts for productive expenditure in our transportation infrastructure power generation, food security and job creation”.

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