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Buhari Urges Nigerians To Brace-Up As Things Will Get More Difficult In The Years Ahead



President Muhammadu Buhari’s Spokesman, Mr Femi Adesina Wednesday has assured that things will get rougher in the years ahead while insisting that “Nigeria is in good hands”.

The Presidency through Adesina in a series of tweets wrote “Excerpt from an interview: What I like to say is that Nigeria is in good hands. The times are rough, it could get rougher in the nearest future , but it would then get better. Don’t forget that in 1983, times were really very rough with Nigeria also “.

He added, “Then, there came a Head of State who began to reset the buttons, began to relay the foundations. And 20 months after, things were getting better, before a spanner was thrown in the works. That person, who is now the President, can do it again, I will just tell people to be patient.

The President’s Spkesman addded that “Rough times would come, but we will survive it .Tough times may be here but it will be over. There may be some turbulence, but after some time, we would begin to cruise. This President would get it right. We need to be patient and lend support.

Adesina went on to slam critics of the Present administration, “A number of people have decided to be critical, even when criticisms are not necessary. We are not in pre-election mode again.”

“I would like to tell them that elections are over. In other parts of the world, when elections are over, they all team up” . He said.

Meanwhile, Prof. Pat Utomi, an economist and member of the ruling All Progressives Congress today on Channels TV Slammed the current administration led by Muhammadu Buhari.

Mr Utomi said “Nigeria’s economy needs leadership, but because it is not being led, it is losing opportunities, ” he then stated that Nigeria is experiencing leadership problems at the moment.

He added that “Buhari’s low octane government is sending signals that Nigeria is not ready for prime time.” .

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