Naira swaps: AA flays Kenneth Udeze’s Court injunction stopping CBN from extending deadline
By: Femi Mustapha
The Action Alliance has flayed the expelled self-acclaimed fictional Chairman of the party Kenneth Udeze’s Court injunction to stop CBN from extending the deadline
The National Chairman of AA, Dr. Adekunle Omo-Aje, stated this in a statement made available to the Media in Kaduna yesterday.
According to him, the leadership of the party finds the action of the expelled Udeze as very callous, reckless, and insensitive to the plight of the masses, as against the party principles, saying this comes to them as a surprise because he is known not to ever have the interest of the masses at heart. The infamous Omo-Aje added that the injunction is anti-people and doesn’t mean well, since he doesn’t know that any policy causing pain should be rethought. He should therefore focus on his proposed upcoming alliance with Atiku/Obi for 2023.
“Unfortunately for Udenze, the FCT High Court cannot stop Federal Agencies from performing their constitutional or statutory functions and can’t issue any injunctive order to prevent the performance of statutory duty. An obviously anti-people injunction will achieve nothing.
“Abiola won the election, and Arthur Nzeribe went to court to scuttle the result. Most Nigerians resisted Abacha, Daniel Kanu formed Youths earnestly to ask for Abacha to retain him.
Today Kenneth Udeze is fighting to extend the suffering of Nigerians for political reasons.”
Omo-Aje further explained that since the announcement of the new Naira note policy, there has been an acute shortage in the supply of the new Naira notes, and citizens who have dutifully deposited their old Naira notes have increased found it difficult and sometimes next to impossible to access new naira notes to go about their daily activities.
He, therefore, wonders why any person with the interest of the people at heart still be fuming over the call for a deadline extension not putting into consideration the attendant hardship same is wrecking on Nigerians, which has been well acknowledged even by the Federal Government of Nigeria itself.
The AA National Chairman alleged that the expelled Udeze is collaborating with some elements of the same mindset to derail the nation’s democracy and scuttle the election, because of the Court injunction to stop CBN from extending the deadline.