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Tuesday, 17 November 2015

There Is No Change: I see Nigeria in a precarious condition right now---Former Deputy Governor of Lagos State

There Is No Change: I see Nigeria in a precarious condition right now---Former Deputy Governor of Lagos State

Former Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Senator Louisa Kofoworola Bucknor-Akerele says she has not seen any ‘change’ since President Muhammadu Buhari and the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) took power at the Centre.
“I see the nation in a precarious condition right now. It is very precarious because we don’t know where we are going financially,” she told Vanguard in an interview.
“We don’t know what the programmes of the new government are in any regard whatsoever. We need to know the way forward. There is nothing worse than not knowing what is going to happen next.
“I don’t see any improvement at all. In fact, the insecurity situation is worsening. The unemployment situation is worsening. One soft drink company recently laid off about 200 people and many companies are laying off people. So I don’t see how he is tackling unemployment. And he has not given us a blueprint on how he is going to tackle unemployment.
“So, I don’t see any changes. In fact, I think things are getting worse and I think this is because there is lack of a blueprint for governance,” Bucknor-Akerele said.
Asked what she thinks is responsible for the way things are, the former deputy governor said: “The All Progressives Congress (APC) came into power, they wanted power but they had not planned how they were going to use that power when they won the election.”

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