The VP is uniformed ,Economy is not getting better/A take

Inflation figures were placed at 37 per cent in February, pushing the cost of living to a new high amid protests in some parts of the country for the government to address the situation.
But at the launch of the National Design and Innovation Competition at the Presidential Villa in Abuja, Shettima said better days are ahead for the country’s economy.
In a Wednesday statement by his media aide Stanley Nkwocha, Shettima was quoted as saying that “the worst is over”.
With the nation’s currency rebounding against the dollar in recent weeks, the VP is optimistic about more gains for the naira in the coming days.

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Which economy?. I dey here dey watch una. We warned u for floating naira, removing fuel subsidy without planning which ur oga called scam. We asked ur oga to run after d scammers to recover looted funds through fuel subsidy but he has no political will to do so instead he removed fuel subsidy and floated Naira. What is happening to ur administration Monetary/Fiscal policy is treating cancer with First Aid treatment drugs which u are called improvement. You guys are shifting dollars from one place to another for artificial window dressing.Tell us VP, how ur administration will sustain this artificial window dressing without production. Yesterday, I bought gasoline at N700 per liter, u guys are ripping d masses to get more money into ur pockets. You guys have made so much money within 10 months of ur administration through floating of naira and increase price of fuel per liter and u guys are able to be sharing from N1trillion to N2 trillions every month.

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