Buhari rescued Nigeria’s economy from colapse – Malami
President Muhammadu Buhari, according to Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice Abubakar Malami SAN, saved Nigeria’s economy from collapse.
Malami said during a radio interview in Kano that all sectors of the economy had suffered major setbacks before Buhari was elected President, and that state governments had also been saved through various bailouts.
The AGF further stated that the Buhari administration implemented programs such as N-power and COVID-19 initiatives, which gave many Nigerians with job opportunities.
“President Buhari did it in less than a year; he saved our economy from disaster,” he claimed. This is quite uncommon, as not all leaders are capable of doing so. Even affluent countries went through a lot before they were able to help in situations like these.”
Malami also spoke about the country’s security challenges, saying Buhari intervened in the North East and stopped Boko Haram militants from launching large-scale attacks, which were common during the previous administration.
“There were so many issues in the security sector before Buhari came, but now we have succeeded in stopping attacks,” he stated. I haven’t heard of an attack in a market or a place of worship in a long time.”
Malami further alleged that the security personnel’ concerted effort compelled bandits in the North West to seek reconciliation with the federal government.