Buhari Knows Nothing About The Economy And Has No Economic Team – Labour Party Chairman

Labour Party chairman, Abdulkadir Abdulsalam
Labour Party chairman, Abdulkadir Abdulsalam

The National chairman of Labour Party, Alhaji Abdulkadir Abdulsalam, has lamented that after voting President Muhammadu Buhari to change Nigeria, he has spent the past seven months whining about what his predecessor did or did not do. He also noted that the president does not know which direction to take about the economy as he has no economic team.

“… it is clear that General Buhari who knows nothing about the economy, has no economic team that can address fundamentally the issue of the enormous economic situation in Nigeria.

“He has no economic team. First he has no knowledge of economy at all and secondly he has no sound economic team that can fundamentally address the economic situation of Nigeria, else they will take us backward and it will be dangerous and it will terrible,” Abdulsalam told Vanguard in an interview.

The opposition leader also noted that Buhari’s corruption fight only targets those he regards as enemies.

“And the corruption, the fighting of corruption by Buhari and the APC is discriminatory, it is sectional, it is selective and it is unguided because what is the difference between the ways Obasanjo fought corruption, Jonathan fought corruption and Buhari is fighting corruption. In Buhari’s own, the situation is worse because he is fighting them either you didn’t support him or you jailed him when he was in the military or you intercepted him when he was in the military.

“So the corruption team by Buhari is not guided by any principle, it is just guided by selfishness, by self aggrandizement; they just want to punish people for the sake for punishing them. Did you ever hear anywhere in the world, where you subject security into this kind of disgracing insult. Buhari has no, if he has, he has no advisers or he doesn’t listen to advice.

The LP chairman also refrained from castigating Sambo Dasuki until he hears his side of the story over the alleged $2.1 billion arms deal.

“They paid money to the NSA man, also the NSA man said he gave Buhari car, so what are they telling us. And you know the man said if he opens up, he will open up canker worms. So leave that aspect of NSA because it is not good for our image, it is not good for our security; no nation ever subjects its security to this kind of thing. And it is not done with sincerity of purpose, it is for selfishness, you want to create something out of the man.

“Let’s hear from Dasuki himself in court openly. Did they give you $2.1billion dollars? What did you do with it? Who and who touched it?”