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Nigerians Urged Not  to Despair
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Nigerians Urged Not to Despair

Nigerians have been urged to exercise patience with the administration of President Muhammodu Buhari with assurance that they would start feeling the economic impact of his government in 2016, NewsNow reported. A chieftain of the All Progressive Congress in Osun state who aspired for a seat in the House of Representatives during the last general elections, Prince Ayodele Kusamotu made this known  in Ikirun while meeting with the people of Boripe/Odo-Otin/Ifelodun federal constituency where he aspires to represent. Kusamotu, a lawyer said the federal government’s budget for next year is an indication that the economy of the nation would develop, noting that about 30% of the proposed budget is for capital projects. While maintaining that the change promised by Buhari during his campaign is a gradual one, Prince Kusamotu appealed to Nigerians not to despair with Buhari’s administration assuring that by the last quarter of 2016, economic situation of Nigeria would change positively.

 

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