The USA branch of the National Democratic Coalition (NADECO) has issued a strong admonition to Nigeria’s President, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, urging his resignation and a formal apology for the disgrace Nigerians have suffered both domestically and internationally.
The organization also brought attention to the alarming devaluation of the Nigerian currency, which has surged from $1 to N1000 and shows no signs of abating.
NADECO firmly emphasized that the destiny of over 200 million Nigerians, currently mired in dire circumstances and enduring perpetual poverty, cannot be dictated solely by one individual’s ambition.
Furthermore, the organization shed light on the unresolved issues between Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Chicago State University, promising forgiveness and a fresh start if he genuinely repents and steps down from his office.
In a statement released by the National Coalition USA, it stated,
“Nigeria is in the throes of a deep international image, domestic and regional crisis bleeding profusely on both national and international stages. It is a nation held in disdain presently at the international stage; its economy is in shambles, and its people are hungry for change.
“Presently, a dollar is a stone throw from a thousand naira. Even institutions like Chicago State University find themselves on the precipice of disrepute, teetering on the brink of losing international credibility and accreditation, all due to the wake of destruction left by Tinubu’s unwavering pursuit of his questionable presidency.
“This perilous journey, fuelled by one man’s relentless ambition has led to the heartbreaking ignorance of the collective suffering of Nigerians by Tinubu and the APC.
“In a plea to rescue Nigeria from the clutches of Tinubu’s questionable ambitions, NADECO USA implores Mr Bola Ahmed Tinubu to liberate himself and the over 200 million Nigerians from the impending implosion. If Mr Tinubu chooses to resign, perhaps Nigerians will find it in their hearts to forgive, and the secrecy legacy he leaves behind at CSU may no longer bear the stain of his political pursuits. He should be advised to do the needful.”