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Nigerians across board have begun to wonder where the Nigerian economy is heading to as it has under-performed for the past few months.

Economic pundits and analyst have longed advocated diverse measures and palliatives but it seems that the government of the day is hell bent at having its way.

President Muhammadu Buhari’s led government has over the last few months brought untold hardship to many Nigerians as the nation is practically wallowing in poverty, inflation, fuel scarcity, high electricity tariff, outrageous taxes, and unemployment.

Recall that during the 2015 presidential election, the All Progressives Congress, APC, was voted on the platform of “Change”, as the party promised to transform the economy by creating jobs, building infrastructures, providing social interventions, amongst other promises.

Amidst had choices, the former Minister of Education, Oby Ezekwesili, Erstwhile Minister of Finance, Okonjo Iweala, and former CBN Governor, Charles Soludu have been nominated for….

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  1. I will advice dem neva 2 accept being any economy team under dis new govt,allow dem 2 fail as dey have notin 2 offer dan suffering and pain 2 d masses,if u eva help d economy of dis country get bk 2 b d largest in africa d praises will go 2 dis current admistration hw many of ur igbo brodas and sisters did pmb appoint as his kitchen cabinet members,let dem rule wt dia brain and let see wia it lead us 2,by 2019 we shall knw weather we will continue wit sufferin and smilling govt or look 4 a solution,God bless us

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