Igwe Gerald Obunadike Mbamalu, a traditional leader in Anambra State, counseled Nigerians against holding the president accountable for the nation’s present problems in an interview with The Sun. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
He made it clear that any person winning the presidency would still cause difficulties for the nation, even if Tinubu had lost the race.In response to a query from The Sun titled “What is your assessment of the country under the government of the All Progressives congress (APC)?” the traditional ruler made this declaration.
In his own words, Igwe Gerald said “Things are terrible, and I won’t hold the current administration responsible since, given the opportunity to conduct a full analysis, some of them would argue that I would not have challenged if I had realized this would be the state of the ecpresidentonomy. The current state of affairs was predestined, but it’s unfortunate that Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu became at the exact moment the economy deteriorated. Any other presidential candidate, if not Tinubu, would have had the shame CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>