The Tinubu Support Network, TSN, has faulted the Kaduna state Governor, Nasir El-Rufai's opinion on the Nigeria revenue sharing formula (Leadership).
The Group, which spoke recently, through its National Chairman, Engr Kailani Muhammad, argued that El-Rufai through his opinion, was trying to take Nigeria back to the stone age. Recall, the Kaduna state Governor, had opined in a recent declaration that the nation's revenue sharing formula be reversed and restructured in a way, that would give 20 percent to the federal government and 80 percent to the federating states.
Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna state.
However, while reacting to the Governor's stance on the issue, Kailani, declared; "What Governor El-Rufai said (As regard the revenue sharing, others), is taking us back to the stone age. He said we should go back to the 1963 constitution. This is the stone age; we are now in the digital age."
What are your thoughts on this? Do you agree with the TSN as it regards their views on El-Rufai's stance? Comment below.
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