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IPN urges Senate to reject Buhari’s $4bn, €700m loan request, knocks President

IPN frowns at the letter sent to the National Assembly by Mr President asking for the approval of a move for a fresh loan of $4 billion and €700 million.

The Indigenous People of Nigeria, IPN, strongly condemns the attempt by President Muhammadu Buhari to borrow out of the future of our children and children’s children, after wasting that of the present generation.

We hereby call on the National Assembly to throw the letter away through the window and reject the request by President Buhari.

Mr President cannot be borrowing at this time of his stage in the presidential seat. What the should be focusing on is tidying up his table to ensure that he covers the loopholes, because Nigerians both at home and in the diaspora are aware of his ineptitude and mishandling of the insecurity and economic sectors, which are the primary duties of every government, and poor anti-corruption campaign.

The President, who knows that he has failed the people, should be made to realise that it is anti-people to reinforce failure. Being a retired military general, Mr President will agree to this.

We once again reject Mr President’s demand for $4 billion and a separate €704 million. We call for the occupation of the National Assembly should they proceed to approve this unpatriotic loan request.

Signed:
Mazi Nnamdi Iroegbu
Convener – Indigenous People of Nigeria (IPN)

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