Naira Scarcity: “We Shall Prevail” Fani Kayode Laments, Alleges ‘Cabals Working Against Tinubu’s Emergence’
- The former aviation minister has made a strong revelation about the Buhari-Osinbajo-led government
- According to Femi Fani-Kayode, the current scarcity of new notes and fuel shortages were bid by some elements to stop Bola Tinubu from emerging as Nigeria’s next president
- The chieftain of the ruling party in a statement further noted that no matter the moves of the cabals, Tinubu will emerge victorious in the forthcoming election
Femi Fani-Kayode, the Director of New Media for the APC presidential campaign council, is of the opinion that the current hardship Nigerians are facing is all for one aim.
According to the former minister of aviation, it is only aimed at stopping the flagbearer of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, from emerging as Nigeria’s next president.
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In a tweet sighted by Legit.ng on Saturday, February 11th, Fani-Kayode said,
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“All this suffering and wickedness inflicted on a nation and foisted on a people just to stop ONE MAN from being elected President.
“Yet we shall prevail and @officialABAT and @KashimSM WILL be elected President & Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in 14 days time.”
Nigerians took to Fani-Kayode’s Twitter page and reacted to his statement.
“Una go hear am at the poll.”
“You guys are too selfish and wicked. God is judging all of you in APC. You have all failed!
“Somebody dey fear….. dey play.”
“Abeg Peter Obi should give this man food na.”
“Lol…if you get mind, be direct. Speak your mind freely. Lol.”
Cash Scarcity: Banks Flout CBN Directives, Secretly Close Early, Set Withdrawal Below Approved Limit
The cash crunch in Nigeria has forced some banks to readjust their operating hours and the approved withdrawal limits set by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
Other banks have reduced the amount dispensed via their ATMs below CBN-approved limits and over-the-counter withdrawals to N5,000.
In December 2022, the Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Godwin Emefiele stated that the banks have enough of the old naira notes, saying that the new notes will go around.