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Your Quest For Recognition in Guinness World Records Misplaced – Timi Frank Slams Tinubu

Timi Frank, a former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress, APC has slammed President Bola Tinubu.
This followed Tinubu’s desire to be recognized in the Guinness World Records over reforms initiated by him since assumption of office.
Reacting, Frank said the ambition was a misplaced venture.
Tinubu, while addressing an audience at the 10th German-Nigerian Business Forum, in Germany, said, “Nigeria voted for me for reforms and from day one of my inauguration, I started the reforms. To me, if you didn’t mention me in the Guinness Book of Records, I’d strive to find a way to insert myself because I did it without expectation.”
But Frank in a statement issued on Friday insisted that the only world record the President had set is to have inflicted severe economic pains and unbearable hardship on the people.
He added that even though the President claimed he was in Germany to woo investors, none will be willing to invest in the country because of the negative world records he had already allegedly set.
Frank wondered why Tinubu was brandishing removal of fuel subsidy on inauguration day as evidence that he ‘hit the ground running’.
He stressed that the President failed to realise that that singular action had hit the average citizen with attendant pains, tears and sorrow.
Frank pointed out that the purported reforms had wrecked the nation’s currency, with $1 now exchanging for over N1,000.
Frank noted “Foreign investors will definitely not go to a country with a flawed electoral process or where the judiciary cannot be trusted to guarantee justice to protect their investments.”
He stressed that the President claimed that he had removed fuel subsidy, “but fuel is still being subsidised by his administration even though the people now languish under the burden of astronomical increases in the pump price of fuel and other essential petroleum products.”

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