Adapt to President Tinubu’s Policies, Atiku’s ex-Spokesperson urges Nigerians


Adapt to President Tinubu’s Policies, Atiku’s ex-Spokesperson urges Nigerians

Daniel Bwala, a lawyer and former spokesperson for the Atiku/Okowa Presidential Campaign Organization, has urged Nigerians to adapt to the policies of President Tinubu’s administration.

This comes after the Federal Government announced the implementation of a cybersecurity levy on transactions. The Central Bank has instructed all banks to apply a 0.5% cybersecurity levy on electronic transactions within the country, starting from May 6th.

“The levy shall be applied at the point of electronic transfer origination, then deducted and remitted by the financial institution. The deducted amount shall be reflected in the customer’s account with the narration, ‘Cybersecurity Levy’,” it said.

He made this staement during an interview with Channels TV on Wednesday, saying, President Tinubu is not insensitive to the plights of Nigerians, and that this ‘hardships won’t last forever.’

His words: “It depends on who is assessing; what is the motive behind the assessment. Just like we would have water in the bottle, someone says it is half full another says it half empty. But what we should be generally looking at are the numbers. Also looking at the context and perspective from which we look at things.

“Nobody, I think, is in doubt about the fact that when the President took that hard decision, which is a necessary decision, it is not a convenient decision, that there must be a temporary hardship; there must be a period like period of childbirth; there must be a period of inconveniences; there must be a period of personal sacrifices.

“When you are confronted with a period like that, what is required of you is adjustment, because they say trouble doesn’t always last. You will not be in that situation forever. But you will need to adjust. This is the basis of life.”

“I don’t think the President is denying the fact that this is a period in the lives of Nigerian people where things are hard. He has said it over and over again.”

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  1. So why haven’t them enforce banks to return those failed money transfers that is still sticked in banks and we keep applying and going back n furth and they keep given excuses for almost 2years now. All of una na scam.

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