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Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Don't Blame President Muhammadu Buhari for Economic Hardship in Nigeria


Don't Blame President Muhammadu Buhari for Economic Hardship in Nigeria

Many ignorant and poorly educated Nigerians have been calling President Muhammadu Buhari all sorts of derogatory names, cursing and swearing as they blame him for the current economic hardship majority of people are suffering in Nigeria. But unknown to them, the current recession is a global development that is affecting all the continents and in fact Nigerians should be thanking God, because the hardship would have been worse.
Nigeria is not even among the worst economic performers and not among the top ten most affected countries in the world and they include mighty Japan, Italy, Taiwan and Ireland without even mentioning the weeping baby of Europe, Greece.

US Secretary of State, John Kerry currently visiting Nigeria knows that America is also facing economic challenges and will discuss the global recession with President Buhari.

According Bloomberg:
Oil-rich Venezuela will contract by 3.3 percent this year, the worst forecast of any of the 93 countries in our analysis, followed by junk-rated Brazil, debt-laden Greece and commodities-ravaged Russia. 



http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-01-11/meet-2016-s-worst-economic-performers-flirting-with-disaster


~ By  Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima
https://www.amazon.com/author/ekenyerengozimichaelchima
https://twitter.com/247nigeria


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The Victory of Muhammadu Buhari and the Nigerian Dream: My Testimony on the 2015 Presidential Election is an important chronicle of the 2015 presidential election in Nigeria and the principal actors in the emergence of the first Nigerian presidential candidate to defeat an incumbent President in the political history of Nigeria.

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