Tinubu Inherited Worst Economic Crisis – Sen Karimi

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The senator representing Kogi West District, Sunday Karimi has said the federal government, under the leadership of President Bola Tinubu inherited the worst economic challenges so far in the fourth republic.
He said that the administration has shown commitment towards rebuilding the economy and the transformation of the same to a strong, self-sufficient economy.
With a plea for more patience, he enthused that the president’s long-term vision, driven by proactive policy actions towards achieving sustainable economic recovery, is slowly yielding fruits.
Karimi spoke at the maiden edition of Igbaruku Day organized by Igbaruku-Okeri Community Development Association (ICDA), held in Igbaruku-Okeri, Yagba West local council, Kogi State at the weekend.
Noting that the process of achieving economic recovery should be seen as a collective effort both by government and the citizenry since government alone cannot make all that is good for the people happen, the lawmaker charged the people on patriotism and commitment to the development of their communities.
He stated that with the citizens playing their parts, the economic challenges being faced by the current administration will be reasonably addressed with major successes, and in the short-term.
He said “The government of Tinubu inherited a bad, infact the worst situation, so far. Tinubu met the average gross domestic product (GDP), growth rate of 1.8 per cent. In terms of inflation rate, the four years average preceding the administration of Tinubu was 15.1 per cent.
But the Tinubu government is not resting on its oars. They are working tirelessly everyday to find solutions to the problems”.
While also reiterating his resolve to the infrastructural development of Kogi West, the senator informed the people of his effort towards ensuring that the Iluhagba-Egbe Federal Trunk A Road is given a facelift.


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