‘Stay on the Osinbajo track, please!’
By Ada Anioji
The Federal Government of Nigeria has been charged to set its sights higher, and not see this week’s exit from recession as the masterstroke it always wanted to attain.
This is the view of commentators on the subject as gleaned by The Difference newspaper.
While lauding the Buhari administration for maintaining a fairly improved level of economic performance that has helped in achieving the present level of success, they note that given the nation’s annual demographic growth rate, only a growth level of at least 3 percent and not the present level that is below one percent would be needed to begin the process of achieving real growth in the economy.
Particularly, they commended the more expansionary bent of the economic policies undertaken while Vice President Yemi Osinbajo acted as President and counsel that that track is the proper way to go and should therefore not be veered away from.
Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo