Nigeria’s economic recession is a blessing in disguise – Senate Leader, Ali Ndume

Nigeria Senate Leader, Ali Ndume has described the economic recession as a blessing in disguise as the experience would force the nation to look outside the box.

Senator-Ali-Ndume
He stated this at a press briefing after Tuesday’s plenary, stressing that the phenomenon was not peculiar to Nigeria alone, but other oil producing countries.

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Ndume further noted that the National Assembly has generated ill-feelings from Nigerians on their experiences, which would be used as ingredients for lawmaking with the purpose of getting the country out of the woods.

“We are not insensitive to the feelings of Nigerians their complaints as a result of hardships which would be used to proffer solutions”, he noted

Ndume, however, absolved government officials of any mismanagement of the economy, particularly in this administration, while explaining that honest approach of President Buhari to economic issues was already a good template for the nation in overcoming the crisis in good time.

Nigeria officially went into recession after the statistics by the National Bureau of Statistics released a statement on its website, that the inflation rate for the month of August rose by 0.48 percentage point from 17.13 per cent in July to 17.61 per cent in August.

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9 Comments

  1. He can say that again,as he had had everything in his cabinet, he didn’t know what is going on out there, his mouth can be drawing like okro

  2. In civilised societies, this man should be in detection telling us his relationship with a Book Haram wanted leader arrested In his house. Boko Haram contributed to what led us into recession as all economic activities were grounded during their reign of terror in the North East and some other parts of the North. Adelove, please tell this man to keep quiet.

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