TRUE OR FALSE: President Muhamadu Buhari Says PDP Did Nothing For 16...

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Nigeria seems to have taken a downturn since the APC commenced their regime as suggested by the current economic situations of the country. There has been a rise in fuel price, more youths now roam the streets because of unemployment and the most recent is the economic recession which Nigeria is in at the moment. Even with all these President Muhammadu Buhari is still hopeful and positive as he guarantees Nigerians that his administration is doing the best it can to get Nigeria out of the abyss of challenges it is in.
The president said this in Daura, Katsina State on Monday after the Eid el-kabir prayer. The president went further to inform Nigerians that it is not the fault of the present government, of which he is the head that Nigeria is in the deep pit at the moment. He states that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) which had been in power for 16 years left nothing for his regime. Therefore they were more like snakes slithering on the rock, it leaves no track.
He said, “Nigerians should realize that this government inherited nothing from PDP governments.
“After 16 years of PDP regime, there was no power supply, no much infrastructure, no rail and no security; this is what it left for us.’’
The president also said the government, on taking over the reins of power from the preceding one, has been trying to resolve three main issues in a bid to move the nation forward. These are security, economy and fight against corruption which according to him, a lot of efforts has been made to achieve these goals and that the government is not giving up on any time soon.
The president also said the government is making efforts to create more job opportunities for graduates and unemployed youths. He also expresses hope that the country would have a food security after the bumper harvest that was experienced this year.
The president also said, ‘’we have plans for the country; we must first secured the country, for security is the key to development.
‘’We first dealt with the Boko-Haram and now we are dealing with the militants.
‘’Through the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and an inter-ministerial committee under the Vice-President, we are working out jobs for graduates and other youths.
‘’We are equally tackling corruption, which will be a continuous thing.
‘’So, we are trying our best and we want Nigerians to do their best too.’’
With all that is going on at the moment we all have our fingers crossed as we hope for a better tomorrow for our beloved country Nigeria. Nigerians are therefore advised to pray and hope for the best as the future seems bleak but never forget that at the end of the tunnel there is always a light.

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