In response to recent allegations made by Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, accusing President Bola Ahmed Tinubu of negligence amid security and economic challenges, the State House issued a press release denouncing Atiku’s statements as reckless.

Alhaji Atiku’s accusations, which followed a previous claim regarding a crude-for-loan deal for NNPC Limited, were criticized for lacking the decorum expected from an elder statesman.

The press release suggested that Atiku may still be grappling with the aftermath of his electoral defeat and is now seizing upon any opportunity to criticize President Tinubu.

President Tinubu, during a private visit to France, remained engaged with domestic affairs, demonstrating awareness of the country’s situation. Notably, he oversaw the inauguration of the Tripartite Committee on National Minimum Wage remotely.

Furthermore, the President maintained communication with officials and security chiefs, issuing directives to tackle criminal activities, particularly addressing recent incidents such as the murders of two monarchs in Ekiti State and the kidnapping of school pupils.

Recent efforts by security agencies yielded significant results, with the arrest of over 139 kidnappers in Abuja, Kaduna, and Benue States, alongside the rescue of 154 abducted individuals.

President Tinubu allocated N50 billion as a Special Fund to address security challenges in the North East and approved funds for enhancing security measures in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

The press release urged Atiku to recognize President Tinubu’s proactive stance on security matters, emphasizing the administration’s commitment to restoring peace nationwide.

President Tinubu’s unwavering support for security agencies underscores the government’s determination to combat criminal elements and ensure the safety of all citizens.

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