Economic Recession: Nigeria Will Soon Overcome Challenges, Come Out Stronger – Sen Wamakko

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Aware of the complaints over hardship currently faced by Nigerians, Senator, Aliyu Magatakarda Wamakko has admonished Nigerians to exercise a little bit of patience hence according to him, things will soon get better.

Senator Wamakko who appealed to Nigerians to pull ideas together in helping the nation out of it’s challenges, averred that we must not forget that Nigeria belongs to all of us.

“Yes, we are at a very trying time in Nigeria, but I am sincerely confident that we will soon overcome our current challenges and come out stronger.

“This country belongs to all of us irrespective of whatever religion, region, ethnicity or political affiliation. Therefore, it is our collective duty to secure the nation, protect it’s economy and pray for it’s prosperity at all times”

Addressing journalist in his Sokoto residence for the Eid-El-Kabir celebration, Senator Wamakko divulged that Nigeria’s agriculture will record very commendable harvest this year. This according to him also represents a sign of good things to come in the near future.

Wamakko however urged the federal government to be genuinely committed towards supporting farmers should the nation truly want to get out of the wools.

While insisting that the National Assembly has and will continue to remain supportive of the federal government, Senator Wamakko however appealed to the FG to also listen to the views of the led and act accordingly to help better the life of the citizenry.

“The National Assembly is a true symbol of Nigerian democracy hence it accommodates and tolerates the feelings of everybody through their elected representatives.

“My hope Is that the government will listen to views across the nation to use them in the best way possible to better the life of the citizenry”.

The former governor of the Seat of the Caliphate also appealed to wealthy Nigerians to contribute to foundations as a better way of reaching out to the needy.


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