Calls For Tinubu’s Resignation An Attempt At Distraction – Information Minister

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Mediaage NG News – ABUJA, Nigeria

In response to calls for President Bola Tinubu to resign, the country’s Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mohammed Idris, has dismissed such calls, describing it as “an attempt at distraction”.

Some governors from opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), last week said President Tinubu should resign if he cannot bring to a halt the country’s economic woes.

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Mr Idris said President Tinubu will not resign and was capable of addressing the economic difficulties facing the country.

MediaageNG Calls For Tinubu's Resignation An Attempt At Distraction - Information Minister In response to calls for President Bola Tinubu to resign, the country's Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mohammed Idris, has dismissed such calls, describing it as "an attempt at distraction".

“President Tinubu is not and will never be overwhelmed by the current challenges the country is facing. He will not abdicate his responsibilities”, Mr Idris said in a statement on Sunday.

“He will courageously continue to wrestle with the challenges and surmount them, laying a durable foundation for the new Nigeria that is emerging”, he added.

Nigeria is currently experiencing its worst economic crisis in years, with the value of the local currency plunging to a record low and many residents struggling to afford basic needs.

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