One time gubernatorial aspirant of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP in Lagos State, Mr Babatunde Gbadamosi have renounced his Nigerian citizenship over President Muhammadu Buhari economic woes.
He renounced his citizenship via a post on his Facebook page where he stated that the current administration been led by President Buhari turned down investment opportunities from the Japanese, only to welcome some unnamed Muslim investors, in a bit to Islamize the country.
See his post below…
“Is this not treason? Why is this person still President of this country?
May God punish severely ANYBODY that supported this man to become President in any way.
It is now clear that his agenda is Islamisation. He’s welcoming Islamic Banks and discouraging non-Muslim investors.
Emi o se Nigeria mo o!”
Reactions in his comment box however showed that his decision might have been borne out on his incessant criticism of the current leadership as it was stated that the information he reacted to was not in line with what the President delivered at the plenary session on “Dialogue with the private sector” at the 6th Tokyo International Conference on Africa Development (TICAD VI) in Nairobi, Kenya on Sunday.
See the President’s speech that caused the stir below…
“One of the most important priorities is to create right and enabling environment for business and investors in Nigeria. Our vision and objective is to make Nigeria one of the most attractive and the easiest places of doing business in the world.
“We believe government has a particular responsibility to create right and attractive environment for businesses and economic activities to thrive.
“In furtherance of this vision, we have launched the Presidential Enabling Environment Council, PEEC and Inter-Ministerial Council to oversee the efforts of government to remove various bottlenecks that stifle businesses and economic activities and thereby create economic activities; thereby create the right enabling environment and investment climate in Nigeria.
“The secretariat will include strong private sector representation that would be led by experienced business professionals from the private sector. We are committed to moving up the rating of the world bank’s ease of doing business index 20 places in first year and be in the top 100 within the next 3 years.”