September 04, 2016

7 Actions Buhari Took That Led Nigeria Into Recession

The PDP and its members are speaking out due to the massive poverty in the land. Read their take...

1) Sudden Implementation of Treasury Single Account (TSA) - 
This policy threw the banking and financial sector into turmoil as huge sums were swept out of banks and dormantly stashed into a preferred safe.

2) Tightening of Foreign Exchange Transactions - 
This policy made it difficult to make foreign exchange, and threw thriving businesses into turmoil which led to massive sacking of workers and manufacturing slowdown.

3) Unguarded Utterances During Foreign Trips - 
The president made several unguarded utterances that gave the impression that Nigeria was headed for the rocks. This made foreign investors hesitant about coming into Nigeria, and encouraged those that were already in Nigeria to speculate and pull out funds.

4) Halting of Important Projects in the Niger Delta - 
Buhari moved to remove majority of the projects that were created to provide tangible benefits to Niger-Deltans. For example, the Maritime University and Pipeline protection projects. Though, some of these projects were condemned by Nigerians, they kept the Niger-Delta at peace and allowed for the maximization of the benefits from petroleum exports.

5) Buhari's Northern Developmental Focus in Nigeria - 
The developmental aim of the president is very much skewed towards Northern Nigeria than every other part. So, he is more like kick starting a new economic focus, while dumping existing economic strengths. For example, he is devoting billions of dollars to search for petroleum in the North when Nigeria does not have functional refineries to ensure adequate availability of petroleum products that are already being produced in the South.

6) Elimination of All the Policies Made by PDP - 
It is on record that even though PDP led governments were corrupt, they made some major strides in diversifying Nigeria's economy. For example, Agricultural export came to life under PDP. Buhari has focused on bedeviling and antagonizing every single policy made by the PDP. In the process, he has thrown out good policies and progress that were made in the past. He is almost starting afresh, and this has rebooted Nigeria and thrown us years backwards.

7) Preference for Violence over Dialogue - 
Buhari prefers to use military force to quell civil strife. This approach ignites more protests and civil disobedience. An economy cannot experience progress in violent conditions. Even Lagos and Ogun axis has experienced an open show of military bombardment, which scares a heck out of investors. The same is true about the production shut ins in the Niger Delta region. Some of these issues can be solved with dialogue and with police actions than full scale military assaults.

by A PDP Member

12 comments:

Harbolarkale Niyi said...

Fools.

Harbolarkale Niyi said...

Very selfish people in Pdp

Kay Heavy said...

A very senseless opinion!

samaila sulaiman said...

Issokay

Anonymous said...

No wonder these comments

Jeff Kingsley Jr said...

It won't make any difference dey hav been making point for decade now nothing has change

Anonymous said...

Bring out ur suggestions and stop condemnation. The madness of niger deltans cannot be tolerated in the west. Simple.

Hassan Aderemi said...

It wasn't better when they were in government.

Anonymous said...

These points are super nonsense to say the least.
TSA account means putting money in safe? What? Are we fools to be told these nonsense!

Abe PDP and cohorts go sidon for jail

Desmond Tutu said...

Was this idiot away from Nigeria when militants were wrecking havocs on residents in ogun and Lagos,which finally necessitated the force melted on them.Pls be sensible...

ats three said...

PDP really???

inumidun said...

Ds people no get wrk, alwais vomiting rubbish..

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