The former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, wants to warn all Nigerians, especially middle schoolers like you, about the tricks and lies being spread by President Bola Tinubu’s administration. Atiku’s Special Assistant on Public Communications, Phrank Shaibu, has revealed that the government is using propaganda to deceive the citizens. Let’s take a closer look at what’s going on.
President Tinubu’s team recently apologized for some of their false statements, but don’t be fooled! According to Shaibu, they are only sorry because they got caught. They have been caught in at least 10 embarrassing lies over a period of 117 days. It’s important to be aware of these lies and not fall for their tricks.
One clear sign that Tinubu’s administration relies on propaganda is the fact that they have more media aides than economic and security advisers. This means they prioritize spreading their message through the media rather than focusing on important issues like the economy and security. It’s a dangerous approach that can mislead the public.
Shaibu advises the Nigerian media to fact-check any claim made by the government. This is important to maintain their credibility and ensure that the truth is being reported. If the Tinubu government says it is morning, it’s always a good idea to step outside and verify if the sun is actually shining. Don’t believe everything you hear without checking the facts!
Tinubu claimed in his inaugural speech that petrol subsidy is gone, but this is not true. With the current oil prices and exchange rates, it’s clear that petrol is still being subsidized. This lack of transparency raises concerns about where the money is going.
The government falsely claimed that the United Arab Emirates had lifted the visa ban on Nigerians, allowing everyone to visit Dubai. However, this turned out to be a lie and caused embarrassment for the nation.
Tinubu’s administration claimed that he was the first African President to ring the NASDAQ bell. However, it has been proven that this honor actually went to Malawian President, Jakaya Kikwete, in 2011.
A statement was issued claiming that President Biden wanted to meet with Tinubu during the UNGA (United Nations General Assembly). However, Tinubu left the UNGA without meeting President Biden, exposing this as another false claim.
The government was caught promoting fake COVID-19 vaccines, putting people’s health at risk. This is a dangerous lie that can have serious consequences.
Tinubu’s administration claimed to have created millions of jobs, but there is little evidence to support this. It’s important to question these claims and demand transparency.
The government promised increased funding for education, but there has been little improvement in the education sector. This raises doubts about their commitment to providing quality education for all.
Despite promises to improve power supply, many Nigerians still suffer from frequent power outages. This shows that the government’s claims are not always reliable.
Tinubu’s administration promised to fight corruption, but there have been allegations of corruption within the government itself. This raises questions about their sincerity in tackling this issue.
The government claimed to prioritize infrastructure development, but many projects have been delayed or abandoned. This calls into question their ability to deliver on their promises.
It’s important for Nigerians, especially middle schoolers like you, to be aware of the propaganda being spread by Tinubu’s administration. Don’t believe everything you hear without fact-checking. Stay informed and question the claims made by the government. By doing so, you can help ensure transparency and hold the government accountable for their actions.