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Nigeria’s Economy Growing Steadily – Presidency |The Republican News

By Anule Emmanuel

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…releases 41-page documents on Buhari’s achievements

 

The Presidency yesterday said Nigeria’s economy has bounced back and is heading on a steady growth path. The Senior Special Assistant on Media on Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu, in a statement issued a 41- page document outlining some of the major achievements of the President Muhammadu Buhari administration in the last three years. Garba the 41-page document explained that it highlights the administration’s successes in the economy, security and the fight against corruption, “which are the three priorities of the government’s change agenda.”

The complete document according to the presidential aide has been uploaded to the State House website. He said the document is arranged into several sections including, Resetting the Economy; Restoring Growth, Growing What We Eat; Making Business Work; Doing More With Less; Investing In People; New Vision for the Niger Delta; Plugging Leakages; and Justice Reforms. The presidential spokesman explained that the Federal Government will be updating the document regularly.

He said it provides details with the improving economic indices, rising investment in agriculture and infrastructure, successes in the fight against terrorism, and on-going efforts to improve security in the North Central.

“In addition, it lists the several measures taken to promote transparency and accountability in government finances,” the statement read in part. According to the highlights of the statement, Nigeria’s economy is back on the path of growth under Buhari, after the recession of 2016-17 (1.95 percent growth in Q1 2018), Garba noted. (New Telegraph)

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