Bode George Says One Year Not Enough to Condemn Tinubu’s Leadership

Chief Bode George, a former PDP National Deputy Chairman, says it is not fair to attribute all the challenges facing the country to Bola Tinubu’s administration, stressing that Nigerians can’t judge him when it’s barely a year since he assumed office.

Chief Bode George

George made this known during his address to the nation, titled “My Thoughts on The State of Our Country in the Last 25 Years: A Time to Chart A New Direction”, on Thursday in Lagos.

The PDP chieftain said an honest assessment of the performance of the present administration could only be done after the president had spent some more time in office.

George stated that it was wrong to look at the present situation through the prism of politics, adding that the challenges confronting the country were far beyond the confines of partisan politics.

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In his words, “This is not the time for political actors to be subjective in their thinking and actions because the challenges before us are far beyond the confines of partisan politics.

“They (politicians)are now blaming the Bola Tinubu administration which hasn’t spent about one year in office. Government administration is not a hundred-meter dash race”.

George further added that, “We will advise and condemn so that in a year’s time, we can assess the methodology and performance of the government. Pitiably, some Nigerians have resorted to a blame game,”he lamented.

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