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Nigeria’s Economic Problems Are A Blessing In Disguise

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Saraki made the remark while receiving a report from a team of consultants working with the Department for International Development (DFID) in Abuja.

Senate President, Bukola Saraki has said that the economic challenges currently facing Nigeria are a blessing in disguise.

Saraki made the remark while receiving a report from a team of consultants working with the Department for International Development (DFID) in Abuja.

“The National Assembly through our legislative agenda seized on the moment to chart a new course for the nation’s economy. The legislative agenda we have adopted  s one framed largely around good governance, accountability, opening up of the economy for greater investment, ease of doing business and security of lives and property,” Saraki said according to The Nation.

“Our President has laid out a vision to fully diversify the economy beyond oil and has been committed to the actualisation of the project. The overarching objective of the agenda targets private sector investment and business development as a major plank of the plan.

“This is because of our belief in the ingenuity, creativity, entrepreneurship of our people and that in order to create jobs, give our people better opportunities, the private sector remains our best option.

“This is at the heart of the clamour for diversification; from agriculture business support, to credit, economic reform bills, to MSMEs, taxation, conflict resolution, regulatory reform bills, our agenda is firmly rooted on increased participation, diversification and capital formation,” he added.

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Meanwhile, All Progressives Congress (APC) National Leader,Bola Tinubu has also said that Nigeria is in a difficult but encouraging situation.

Source: pulse.ng


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