‘Nigeria’s economy would have collasped if not for President Buhari’ – Lai Mohammed

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, on Friday, said that President Muhammadu Buhari’s election saved Nigeria from economic collapse.

According to a statement signed by the Minister’s spokesperson, Segun Adeyemi, Mohammed stated this when he paid a courtesy visit to Kano state governor, Abdullahi Ganduje.

He said: “For the fact that God loves this country, if any other political party had won the election, there would have been no economy to talk about. They wouldn’t have the courage or discipline to manage the economy.”

Mohammed, who is in Kano for the commencement of the federal government’s townhall meeting, further said that the president was reviving Nigeria’s economy by careful management of resources and blockage of leakages.

“This government, more than any government, has been working very hard because this is one government that genuinely believes in the people; it is one government that really cares for the poorest of the poor. For the first time we have a president whose integrity is actually driving the country.”

Speaking on the townhall meeting, the minister stated that the idea of the meetings was to facilitate communication between citizens and government.

“The idea of the town hall meeting came when we realised that our message was not getting down to the people. When we issue a press release or we have a press conference, it is so watered down, it’s sifted and everybody takes his story from his or her own angle. So we decided that it’s better we address the people directly.”

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