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After Being Disowned By Atiku, Bwala Says It’s Time To Come Out And Speak For Tinubu

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Daniel Bwala, formerly a spokesperson for Atiku Abubakar’s presidential campaign in the February 2023 election, has urged all political appointees of the Tinubu administration, members of the All-Progressives Congress (APC), and others not to hesitate in openly supporting the president.

Expressing his views on his X page on Tuesday, Bwala said:

“If you are a supporter of @officialABAT, or you are his appointee in whatever capacity, or you are a member of his party @OfficialAPCNg or you are a believer of his vision, or a lover of Nigeria, this is the time to come out and speak for him in appealing to Nigerians to be patient in these hard times of reform agenda. There are enough facts and figures to support his efforts.

“Stop the ducking and dodging because of possible backlash, insults, and criticisms. True loyalty is defined by sacrifices and commitment. No glory without story; no gain without pain. We are all patriotic citizens in this effort together,” he stated.

Bwala’s call for support of Tinubu’s administration and appeal for patience with his governance comes after Atiku had clarified his association with Bwala, stating that he was not his aide but served as the spokesperson for the Atiku/Okowa presidential campaign.

“Bwala offered his services and support to the Atiku/Okowa Presidential Campaign Organisation as a spokesperson – and it was a position he held during the last presidential campaign.

“Subsequently, and after the election, the need for a campaign spokesperson has terminated, and Bwala has moved on with his career,” Atiku clarified.

Bwala also addressed the economic aspect of implementing policies in his post, highlighting the importance of tailoring them to local circumstances rather than succumbing to external pressure. He called upon companies and organizations benefiting from tax breaks to contribute resources towards alleviating the hardships faced by vulnerable members of society.

Concluding his statement, he referenced examples of countries that experienced initial setbacks due to similar reforms but eventually recovered, saying: “There is enough evidence about countries that had a somewhat downward trend because of these types of reforms and bounced back. We shall bounce back, people; stay hopeful.”

 

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