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FCT: APC Lauds PMB For Improving Economy

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The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has commended the administration of President Muhammad Buhari for improving the nation’s economy since coming into power in 2015.

Publicity secretary of the party in the FCT, Engr. Usman Adaji, who made this known while speaking with selected journalists in Abuja, said that despite the APC’s outstanding performance, some Nigerians have concluded that the government has not performed.

“A lot of people may not agree with it that the Buhari’s administration has performed, but that is the truth. For example, I understand that the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) is a very robust organisation that this government can leverage and live on without having to borrow money from anywhere. 

“This organisation has been in existence for sometimes now, but within the last three years of this government, the organisation has recorded a lot of money that has never been recorded in the past 16 years.”

Adaji explained that the agricultural sector has contributed so much to improve the nation’s economy, to the extent that foreign rice is gradually fading out of Nigeria because local rice has taken over.

He continued, “People are now thinking out of the box to generate money for the country. Companies are coming up, because of made in Nigeria products. We should be patient and with time, we will get to where we pray to get to in Nigeria.

However, Nigerians want things to happen automatically. It is not possible, because when you destroy a building, to bring it up again, it takes gradual process. Nigerians should be patient for this government to build the country to greater height.”



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