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2019: Buhari’s Second Term Tenure Will Bring Succour To Nigerians – APC Chieftain

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A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Dr. Saks Ibraheem Ominiwe has assured Nigerians that the second term tenure of President Muhammadu Buhari will witness tremendous development and economic growth. Speaking with newsmen in Ibadan on Wednesday, the party chieftain declared that the second term tenure would succour to Nigerians.

Ominiwe who is the Osun State coordinator of the Buhari Osinbajo Solidarity Front (BOSF), lamented that the present administration inherited collapsed economy. While noting that Nigerians were presently undergoing serious economic reforms, he said “The president and vice meant well for the country and Nigerians”. He enumerated some of the achievements of the APC-led government to include the war against corruption and insurgency of which the country had been rated the best, higher level of transparency in government as foreign investors and countries were ready to transact businesses with Nigeria and that the Nigerian stock exchange was rated best.

Other achievements, he said are that the country got out of recession faster than that of every recession during the same period, adding  that the country now produce more commodities than ever before and that the execution of projects was faster than ever before. According to him, “It took the combination of former Presidents Olusegun Obasanjo, late Shehu Yar’adua and Good luck Jonathan to build 3,000MW of electricity; President Muhammadu Buhari has increased it in less than three years to 7,000MW. “The country stopped saving in 2009, but resumed saving with this administration and currently have excess of $41 billion in external reserves from $30 billion left by previous administrations.”


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