– A Nigerian has said that the economic recession may continue
– He said that the much anticipated change could be achieved if experts are allowed to tackle Nigeria’s problems
– He advised President Buhari to engage service of economists to use their expertise to tackle the problem
President Muhammadu Buhari has been advised to engage services of economic experts who would use their expertise to solve the Nigeria’s problems, especially the economic recession.
In a statement sent to NAIJ.com, a Facebook user, Abdulganiy Abdullah O, said that the much anticipated change in Nigeria could only be achieved if there is an understanding of what constitutes the problem facing the country and tackling it through the intervention of various academic scholars.
He said: “The continuous drastic change in Nigeria could only be achieved if there is an understanding of what constitutes the problem we are facing presently and tackling it through the intervention of various scholars who are vast in the socio, politico- economic make-up of the society and not appointing those who are not capable, illiterates, and have no experience about the nature and dynamics of the social milieu we find ourselves as leaders and this is the only way we can make it in Nigeria.
Economic recession may continue if services of academic scholars are not sought, Nigerian tells Buhari
President Muhammadu Buhari
“Moreover the purpose of establishing universities and educational institutions has been taken for granted and forgotten.
“To remind the government officials, schools are premised on the basis of solving the problems faced in the society, where are the write ups of the great professors of economics about economic recession and other valuable texts that suggests solutions to the problem faced by Nigerians?
“To be frank and candid, they are nowhere to be found, they are just written for writing sake, where are the scholastic project topics tackled by the great scholars, what is the result of the seminars and other lectures held in the various universities of Nigeria, the answer is they are nowhere to be found.
“It is about time our so called public administrators woke up from slumber and access the future of Nigeria as a country because we don’t even know where we are going, and when the outcome of the misconduct done by the so called leaders arrives, no one will be left out.
“It is therefore on this platform I urge every one of us to serve as reminders of government officials about their duties because they took things for granted what they are supposed not to take for granted, It is better we change to better before Nigeria is nowhere to be found.”
Meanwhile, in the video below by NAIJ.com, Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II blasts Nigeria’s leaders over poverty.