Okorocha Blames APC For Nigeria’s Economic Recession, Says Party Will Fix The Problem

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Oct 25, 2016 – Okorocha Blames APC For Nigeria’s Economic Problem, Says Party Will Fix The Problem

Imo State Governor, Okorocha, the leader of APC Governors Forum made a controversial remark after a closed-door meeting with Buhari at Aso Rock on Monday.

While speaking with reporters, Okorocha promises Nigerians that the current economic challenges will be fixed by the party.

Here is the exact words of Okorocha:

However, a pro-APC analyst Oyebode John said the statement of accepting responsibility doesn’t indicate that the present administration brought Nigeria to this stage.

We hope the APC-led Government will do something urgently to help millions of Nigerians suffering during this economic hardship.

Enough of blame game and tough talkS, all Nigeria needs now is action.

7 thoughts on “Okorocha Blames APC For Nigeria’s Economic Recession, Says Party Will Fix The Problem

  1. APC- (All Promises Conselled) is to some a solution while to others, it is the problem of the country. As for me, I do not really have any problem with the party itself but the people who made up the party. They are all liars and old time crooks.

    One of the greatest tragedies in any Administration is to make A LIAR your Minister of Information and Culture.

    Talking about the current problems affecting the nation Nigeria, I like to believe there‘s promlem anywhere in the World where there is life but truth is, I don‘t think I had ever experienced any regime with more bitting hardship since I was born.

    Let‘s just hope that THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER with time.

    I take a stroll…

  2. This is how I was using to know say APC have finish Nigeria in economic. I was buy crackers to chop, but crackers weyris dey three for inside is now deying only two. Some is even deys only one. Nigeria have finish.

  3. Their is simply no amount of twisted fact,falsehood and dissemination of inaccurate information will conceal the fragile,unrewarding and unproductive policy of Buhari led-government that has sent our economy into a full blown recession.

    People like that pro-APC Oyebode Johnson are only trying to shield the already exposed reckless approach the current administration has embarked on toward stabilizing and in the development of our economy in the past one year and five months.

    Economic recession is not a strange and unusual occurrence in the world. Many Government of some countries like US had to grappled with economic challenges and financial recession in 2008 when Obama took office from BUSH. He put in place good economic team and introduced massive economy stimulus to increase consumer spending which at the same time brought about the creation of new jobs and drastically reduced the rate of unemployment without blaming George Bush for the economy mess he met before he took office. America eventually came up victorious with renew strength, innovation,advancement,remodeling and revampment of their prostrate economy.

    so rather than engaging in endless blaming of Jonathan’s past administration,Buhari should reverse the real cause of our economy doldrums he caused namely-the increment in petroleum prices and the unprofitable devaluation of our naira. This are the two major economic sword as it were, that has pairs into the financial and overall economic stability of our nation. Salvaging our economy will almost be impossible if we can’t beat down and return our devalued naira to it state in order to regain it strength. The same calculus also applies to the petroleum prices.

    So let’s hope their sincere confession will turn things around economically.

  4. Gov. Okorocha is one governor from the Southeast region that has a real chance, experience, and connection to become Nigerian President in the near future, however, I fully agreed to the fact that this current administration under APC has the obligation to fix our declining economy. But I totally disagree with our charismatic governor Rochas Okorocha that economy fallout blame should solely be on his party for these reasons: Nigerian economy had already collapsed due to sharp drop of the price of crude oil before PMB took over about 16 months ago. Infact, about 31 states of the federation were unable to pay salaries of their workers because of drop in federal allocations to states. Nigerians are not dumb people that we forget the situations in the country before to PMB took over as president. The reasons for our current economy recession and hardship is because of lack of savings and investments in infrastructures when we had oil boom, corruption, embezzlement, and misappropriation by our past presidents, governors, Senators, Rep, and ministers. Wirh the constant drop of crude oil in the international market, Naira will continue to depreciate unless we start investing heavy in Agriculture. Agriculture investment by government, state, local and foreign investors is the only way. Therefore, Gov. Rochas Okorocha got it all wrong by putting all the economy situation blame on himself, PMB and his own party. But it must be fix through great efforts according to him by the PMB administration.

  5. Their is simply no amount of twisted fact,falsehood and dissemination of inaccurate information will conceal the fragile,unrewarding and unproductive policy of Buhari led-government that has sent our economy into a full blown recession.

    People like that pro-APC Oyebode Johnson are only trying to shield the already exposed reckless approach the current administration has embarked on toward stabilizing and in the development of our economy in the past one year and five months.

    Economic recession is not a strange and unusual occurrence in the world. Many Government of some countries like US had to grappled with economic challenges and financial recession in 2008 when Obama took office from BUSH. He put in place good economic team and introduced massive economy stimulus to increase consumer spending which at the same time brought about the creation of new jobs and drastically reduced the rate of unemployment without blaming George Bush for the economy mess he met before he took office. America eventually came up victorious with renew strength, innovation,advancement,remodeling and revampment of their prostrate economy.

    so rather than engaging in endless blaming of Jonathan’s past administration,Buhari should reverse the real cause of our economy doldrums he caused namely-the increment in petroleum prices and the unprofitable devaluation of our naira. This are the two major economic sword as it were, that has pairs into the financial and overall economic stability of our nation. Salvaging our economy will almost be impossible if we can’t beat down and return our devalued naira to it state in order to regain it strength. The same calculus also applies to the petroleum prices.

    So let’s hope their sincere confession will turn things around economically.

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