Bobboi Kaigama, TUC President
The Trade Union Congress, TUC, on Sunday came hard on some Nigerian governors and ministers in the cabinet of President Muhammadu Buhari saying they were provoking Nigerians to revolt against their administrations in the next general elections that come up in the country in 2019.
President of the TUC, Comrade Bobboi Kaigama, threatened at the celebration of Workers Day in Abuja, Nigeria that many of these governors and other political officers that have continued with anti-people policies would be eased out in the next election.
“Comrades, some ministers and governors are seriously failing us, and we shall not hesitate to vote them out in 2019. We may even demand record of their stewardship sooner than that.
“If magic is what we need to put things right this time, let it be. All we want is a country where companies can have access to foreign exchange to do worthwhile business, a country where the US dollar is at per with the naira, a country where the youths are gainfully employed, a country where the distribution of tricycles is not seen as the prime way to alleviate poverty, a country where starched monies in Dubai, US, UK and co. are all returned to boost our economy, etc.
“We deserve no less. We create the wealth of the nation and must have a strong say on how things are run,” he declared.
Kaigama noted that even though Nigeria remains a great country, many Nigerians have lost hope due to decades of rape of the national treasury by a privileged few.
“Yes we are a great nation, but greatness is never achieved on a gold platter. It is earned and must be consciously sustained.
“As a nation we are endowed with enormous natural resources yet grope in the darkness of poverty and underdevelopment. …Read More
Source:: PM Newspaper