The Economist magazine has stated that Nigerians became poorer during the first term of President Muhammadu Buhari's administration, insisting that while the country's economy was "stuck like a stranded truck," average incomes fell during the four-year period covering 2015 to 2019.
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Vanguard, 2 June 2019
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APC Govt Deepening Poverty in Nigeria, Says Timi Frank
Leadership, 2 June 2019
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Guardian, 3 June 2019
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Govt May Borrow to Fund 2019 Budget
Guardian, 2 June 2019
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Nigerians Became Poorer in Buhari's First Term, Says the Economist
This Day, 31 May 2019
The Economist has stated that Nigerians became poorer during the first term of President Muhammadu Buhari's administration, insisting that while the Nigerian economy was "stuck… Read more »
President Muhammadu Buhari has official begun his second term, vowing once again to tackle crippling securit Read more »
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