Nigeria Faces Growing Insecurity Under Tinubu, Says Atiku 

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar expresses concern over the escalating insecurity in Nigeria, lamenting that it has reached alarming levels under President Bola Tinubu’s administration.

Atiku made this known in a tweet on his X handle formerly Twitter on Tuesday where he recalled the various kidnapping occurrences in several parts of Nigeria.

He wrote; “Tinubu is playing fiddle while Nigeria is drowning in the ocean of insecurity. To imagine that the Commander-in-Chief is on a so-called private visit while kidnappers kill a nursing mother and grandmother in Abuja for failing to pay N90m ransom and two monarchs in Ekiti, among other regular tragedies besetting Nigerians”. 

Atiku, who was defeated by Tinubu in the 2023 presidential election, is urging the president to resign if he is unable to address Nigeria’s security issues and other challenges.

“If the shoes are too big for Emilokan, he should step aside. Nigeria does not need another Tourist-in-Chief,” Atiku added.  “The country needs 24/7 leadership to confront the pervasive insecurity and collapsing economy.”


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