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Recession would be history in Nigeria pretty soon- Osinbajo

Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo,
on Tuesday assured Nigerians
that the Federal Government was
determined to improve the
economy in order to end the
ongoing recession.
Osinbajo made the remark while
commending the Inspector
General of Police over the
handling of yesterday's
nationwide anti-government
protest.
Recall that some cross section of
Nigerians on Monday took to the
street to protest the policies of
Buhari-led Federal Government.
The acting President who took
to his twitter handle
@ProfOsinbajo noted that
government delegates are going
round the states of the
federation in a bid to engage
Nigerians, explain government
policies and also welcome
criticisms.
He wrote: "I commend the IG
and his officers for handling the
protests with professionalism
and respect for the rights of
citizens.PYO
"We are committed to the
continuous engagement with
our people to explain govt
policies, receive advice and
criticisms PYO.
"Cabinet Ministers have gone
round 8 states so far for Town
Hall meetings, the most recent
was yesterday in Ilorin, Kwara
State PYO.
"With complete focus on
improving the economy every
day, the recession will soon be
history. PYO
"There will be more of such
meetings in other States yet to
be visited.

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