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How COVID-19, Recession Affected Buhari’s Government

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Ajuri Ngelale, the senior special assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on public affairs, has stated that an “honest assessment” of Buhari’s administration must put into consideration the COVID pandemic and economic recessions

Ngelale disclosed this on Thursday in an interview on Channels Television.

According to Ngelale the present administration cannot be assessed without consideration of the “contexts” of governance.

“I can tell you where I think we have not done as we had hoped, and I can tell where we had outperformed in the areas where we had done extremely well,” he said.

“You cannot talk about what this administration had done without factoring the contexts within which it operated. For example, we are talking about an administration of the last seven years. They dealt with two economic recessions — one of which was global — and a once-in-a-century global pandemic, where we saw oil prices hit as low as 10 dollar per barrel, where countries were shut down.

“We understand that there are these peculiarities that any honest assessment must factor in when we make this assessment.

“With a consistently low oil price from 2016 to 2022, we have been able to construct a high-speed rail line of 326km that had been abandoned since 1987.”

Speaking about the performance of the Buhari administration, the presidential aide stated that the government has done well.

“If you are asking me a straightforward question of whether I believe that President Muhammadu Buhari administration has performed well, given all of the factors that I have mentioned and those that I have not mentioned yet, I will tell you with an emphatic ‘yes’, that he has done well,” he added.

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1 Comment for “How COVID-19, Recession Affected Buhari’s Government”

  1. This so-called senior special assistant seems to be talking with his head covered with a special sack-cloth that obstructs his thinking faculty! What is construction of a high-speed rail line when there is no security for persons and property? When people can not visit their villages and farmers can not go to their farms and those in diaspora are afraid to go home. Was it not on this same high speed rail that bandits obstruct, bombed and kill people and take them hostage for weeks if not months?
    So the government constructed this high-speed rail for the benefits of the bandits to be able to carry out their mischievous business? Amadiorah will break your head to pieces before the year ends.

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