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Niger: ECOWAS distracting Tinubu from delivering promises to Nigerians – Adamu Garba

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A Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Adamu Garba has warned members of the Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS, not to distract President Bola Tinubu from delivering his core mandate to Nigeria.



Garba described the ECOWAS block as an empty shell without Nigeria, claiming ECOWAS is trying to lure Tinubu to help them in their failures and that of their French masters.

In a post via his social media platform on Saturday, the APC chieftain advised ECOWAS members to return to their home countries and clean their houses.

Garba also accused some member states of ECOWAS of betraying Nigeria’s efforts when it is fighting and sticking its whole neck for ECOWAS.

He wrote, “While we are fighting and sticking our whole neck in the name of ECOWAS, the same member states are betraying our efforts right within the folks.
“Abeg ECOWAS should stop distracting our President. They should let him focus on delivering his core mandate to Nigeria. We Nigerian trust and believes in our President’s capacity to do the right things for our country. We cannot save former failed Niger leaders and their colonial members from their obvious failures.
“The so-called ECOWAS block are empty shell without Nigeria. They are trying to lure our President to help them in their failures and that of their French masters, while we have a lot to do in Nigeria and we need our President to focus on our country.
“They should all go back to their home countries and clean their houses and leave us alone. We have a lot to do in Nigeria and we need 8 unceasing years of President Tinubu to help us fix things up in Nigeria. This is our priority.”

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