Gabriel Suswam: You removed subsidy, float currency, increased interest rate, how will an average man survive


Former Benue State Governor Gabriel Suswam has criticised President Bola Tinubu for several of his economic policies that have a negative impact on the majority of Nigerians. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Suswam, who made this call in an interview with PUNCH NEWS’s correspondents, asserted that Muhammadu Buhari’s administration was the cause of Nigeria’s troubles. He asserted that the impoverished people are confronting insurmountable obstacles, making the current condition of affairs in the nation unworthy of discussion.

Suswam argued that the economic policies engaged by the current administration clearly show that it is finding it difficult to solve Nigeria’s problems. He stated that the removal of fuel subsidies, floating of the naira, and increase of interest rate have made the country hard for the poor masses. The former Governor of Benue State urged the President to take urgent steps in tackling the economic challenges being faced in the country.

Hear him, “The state of the nation, economically, is nothing to talk about, it’s unfortunate that the current (Tinubu) leadership does not have what it takes to change the economic fortunes of this country. All the economic policies that they’ve engaged in or they have taken indicate that they are finding it difficult to solve the economic problems of this country.

I give you some examples, you remove subsidy from day one, and you now float your currency, and increase the interest rate. Now the tariff for electricity has been increased. How does an average man survive under those kinds of heavy bad economic policies?”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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