Atiku Abubakar’s former adviser Daniel Bwala has criticized President Bola Tinubu for creating a huge administration. Bwala is running for the presidency in 2023 as part of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.
He said that Tinubu’s administration was the largest and most bureaucratic in Nigeria’s history.
He said that despite the president’s massive government and the influence of human rights advocates, the country has not advanced.
Bwala wrote on X that Nigeria cannot progress without Tinubu’s efforts to unite the country.
He claims that Tinubu has appointed family members and friends to high positions.
The largest media aids to the point of role superimposition; the largest government since the return of democracy; the largest cabinet since the beginning of the Republic; To put it another way, the optics aren’t good and the narrative can’t be reversed, despite the fact that @officialABAT may have influenced the careers of 60% of journalists in the country and 40% of human rights campaigners and CSO founders.
Have any idea why? No leader can advance a country if he is not actively attempting to bring its citizens together and give them a sense of purpose. Extreme favoritism is at an all-time high.