Speak Up While There Is Still Nigeria to Save – Atiku To Stakeholders

Speak Up While There Is Still Nigeria to Save - Atiku To Stakeholders

Speak Up While There Is Still Nigeria to Save – Atiku To Stakeholders. The Former Vice-President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar has charged stakeholders in Nigeria to break their silence and take proactive actions towards resolving the unemployment crisis bedeviling the country currently.

He gave this advice while reacting to a publication by Blomberg’s Business on Saturday, projecting Nigeria to be a nation with the highest unemployment rate in the world.

In a statement titled ‘World’s Highest Unemployment Rate: Time To Help This Government Help Nigeria’, Atiku urged relevant stakeholders to help President Muhammadu Buhari’s government, not because of those in authority but to save the masses.

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According to him, “I have never felt so bad at being proven right, as I am by the report from Bloomberg Business on Saturday, March 27, 2021, that Nigeria is to emerge as the nation with the highest unemployment rate on Earth, at just over 33%. We warned about this, but repeated warnings by myself and other patriots were scorned. And now this”.

He goes on “We are at a precipice as a nation and the truth is that all stakeholders and elder statesmen have to speak up on time, while there is still a Nigeria to save. This government obviously lacks the capacity to address our current challenges, and we must help them, not because of the government, but because of our people”.

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Reacting to the recent $1.5 billion approved by the Federal Executive Council, FEC to renovate the Port Harcourt Refinery, the former vice president blamed the FG government for approving such money for “what ought to be left to the private sector”.

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