President Bola Tinubu’s 2024 budget, according to the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP), is designed to keep the people poor. The PRP recently made this claim in a statement to the National Assembly.

According to the report, the administration’s actions, especially in the nomination process, do not demonstrate that it is sincere in its mission to offer “renewed hope,” despite the fact that it claimed to have inherited a bankrupt and empty treasury.

According to a statement released on Sunday by the party’s national chairman, Falalu Bello, headlined “The Appropriation Bill: Seeing Beyond Semantics,” Nigerians should not have any expectations for the 2024 budget.

He stated that the 2024 budget appears to be well-grounded in numbers and assumptions at first glance, but that a closer examination of these factors revealed that the current administration was unprepared to create the nation.

Falalu said that the current administration was stuck in the past, clinging to power while ignoring the needs of the people and failing to provide the bright future that Nigerians desire.

Truly, this administration is mired in the past, clinging tenaciously to the wealth of a select few oligarchs, for it lacks a vision for the bright future that our country yearns for.

“However, we cautioned Nigerians against reelecting this APC administration, so this development should come as no surprise.”

Examining the sectoral allocation of finances critically sheds light on the current state of government’s thinking, including its somewhat dishonest methods of revenue generating and expenditure, and its glaring lack of strategic planning for escaping the current economic slump.

Based on what we’ve seen and heard in this message, the 2024 budget isn’t going to be able to fund development or ensure the safety of Nigerians.

To celebrate mediocrity and the ongoing poverty of our people, it is merely a veneer. That the two houses of the national assembly would have town hall meetings to listen to the people of Nigeria and address their concerns is our sincere wish. Only then will our nation be worthy of the name we’ve given it.

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