Warehouse Looting, Message to Tinubu on Hardship — Adegboruwa

Warehouse Looting, Message to Tinubu on Hardship — Adegboruwa

by Victor Ndubuisi

Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, a senior advocate for Nigeria, stressed that the Sunday looting of a government warehouse in Abuja is indicative of the widespread suffering endured by a large number of Nigerians.

Adegboruwa noted that the people of Abuja, who took food products out of the warehouse, were essentially sending a message to Bola Tinubu about the administration’s economic policies.

Adegboruwa emphasised the pressing need for Tinubu and his economic team to reevaluate present policies in order to lessen the sufferings suffered by the majority of Nigerians while speaking on Channels Television’s morning show, The Breakfast Show.

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He said:


“Across all states in Nigeria presently there is a crisis of survival on the part of the people. So, it is not just this particular occurrence, a truck bearing foodstuff was randomly attacked and looted. I do not support this in any way at all because we must have an environment where we can secure lives and property.

“But it is a reflection of the fact that the economic policies of the present administration are not helping the people of the country and of course, these occurrences showcase the frustration that people are going through.”

“You know what they say that we pray that we don’t get to a position where the poor will rise to be eating the rich. I think there is a message to Tinubu and members of his economic team that there is a need to rejig the system in such a way that will allow for the survival of the majority of our people.”


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