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Stop Corrupt Palliative Regime, Support Entrepreneurs, ADC Tells Tinubu

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The African Democratic Congress (ADC) has urged President Tinubu to immediately stop the corruption of the palliative regime and make support available to youths and women entrepreneurs, farmers, industrialists to power the economy and provide jobs.

The party added that this change in policy direction will give confidence to foreign and local investors.
The ADC national chairman Ralphs Okey Nwosu stated this at a press conference at the instance of a stakeholders meeting involving National Working Committee (NWC) and Board of Trustees (BOT) of ADP as well as strategic allies.
The chairman, who decried the hardship in the country, faulted the policies of Bola Tinubu-led administration, including the palliative initiative, the hikes in electricity tariff and fuel price as well the worsening security situation.

He said, “As we had warned at the inception of President Ahmed Bola Tinubu presidency, the palliative system of governance is not an option as it is unhealthy and demeaning.

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“A government attempting to correct a clear policy summersault with a refugee camp food sharing system is evil, sacrilegious, dehumanizing and will create ill-wind that can only result to a circus of corruption and frustration.

“We sounded this alarm, and today, the reality has dawned on the nation with almost all elected persons both at the executive and legislative levels involved in the bizarre extravagance of looting.

“In the midst of general poverty our legislators collect billions of naira and trailer loads of rice as palliatives for their constituents, while the governors and presidency and their appointees now have huge monthly allocations from FACC for the elusive palliatives.

“And yet hunger persists. A youthful and energetic population as ours have no business being treated as refuges, they need empowering rejuvenating system and connections with their leader and they need their government to create the enabling environment and a clear strategic roadmap for a collaborative and dynamic all-round development,” he said.

He however appealed to President Tinubu to “immediately stop the corruption of the palliative regime and make support available to our youths and women entrepreneurs, farmers, industrialists to power the economy and provide jobs. Our security operatives need much needed support to wipe away banditry and restore security.”

He said it will give confidence to investors, foreign and local. “Finally, for the umpteenth time we call on our governors to stop their stranglehold of the local councils to enable development at the grassroots and community levels. For real development and transformation, the Local councils must be alive and well,” he said.


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