Saturday, 30 December 2017

Buhari’s 17 Achievements:An Embarrassment For The Regime-Reno



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After releasing Buhari’s List of 17 achievements its Administration has successfully brought into the limelight after its inauguration in 2015, an Aide to former president Jonathan, Reno Omokri gave it a knock, says it an embarrassment to the regime!


Reno said the Buhari administration counts exiting recession that it put Nigeria into as its greatest achievement of 2017! This government is the definition of cluelessness! We exited recession by growing at 0.5% meanwhile our population grew by 2.6%.

Recalled that Presidency Presented the achievements of President Buhari in office; in a statement, by the President's media Adviser Femi Adeshina monitored through his Facebook account; said the president in the year going, meaningfully intervened in several aspects of the needs of the country as a whole in line with its mandate. giving its breakdown, Femi Adeshina said the country has exited from the worst recession ever, naira stabilized against the dollar, increased investment inflow, bumper food harvest, intervention fund on payment Assurance programme, emergence of stock market being among the best in the world and pension payment for police granted a presidential pardon among others. 

The claim is said not to go down well with the former presidential aide to Jonathan, who insists those claims are not in tandem with the realities of what is on the ground from the past justifying what they promise Nigerians.

 ‘’Do the math and pray that 2019 is the end of this nightmare! And going further, they go on to list stabilizing the Naira as one of their achievements! A Naira they met at ₦199 to $1 and which is presently ₦365 to $1 has not been ‘stabilized’,  it has been murdered’’.

His Words: The Naira is in such bad shape that $1 can give you a Naira for every day of the year. And how can this propagandist regime list bumper harvest as achievements when the latest Global Hunger Index published by the US-based International Food Policy Research Institute, indicates that hunger has increased in Nigeria? And stating that “the Nigeria Customs Service recorded its highest-ever revenue collection, crossing the One Trillion Naira (N1,000,000,000) mark” is nothing short of fraud.

‘’What the Buhari administration and the Nigerian Customs Service failed to tell Nigerians is that this amount is less than half what the Nigerian Customs Service generated in 2014 when you factor in the devaluation of the Naira. In 2014, the Nigerian Customs Service generated ₦978 billion. When you factor in the official exchange rate in 2014 of 150 Naira to a dollar, that ₦978 billion was equivalent to $6.5 billion. However, when you’’ ‘’convert the ₦1 trillion the Nigerian Customs Service generated in 2017 using the official interbank exchange rate of 365 Naira to one dollar, that ₦1 trillion is equivalent to $2.7 billion! In other words, the Nigerian Customs Service generated less than half of what it generated in 2014 and this fact cannot be hidden with their infantile propaganda.

 Reno said Nigerians You go through those 17 so-called achievements and it will soon realize that there is nothing tangible like a road built or a refinery started. ‘’All their farcical ‘achievements’ are non-tangibles. Finally, let me add that Nigeria is broke. The Buhari administration has borrowed more than any government before it.

 ‘’Our total debt stands today at slightly over $64 billion. Foreign and domestic lenders are now wary of lending to the Nigeria government. The landing cost of petrol is ₦171.40 per litre. Buhari has been secretly paying a subsidy of ₦26.40 per litre because he was ashamed of being exposed as a hypocrite for telling Nigerians that subsidy does not exist and Jonathan was deceiving the nation. Now he can no longer afford the deception. Don’t be a fool’’.


   He said Nigerians should Prepare for fuel price increase. ‘’IT WILL HAPPEN’’! ‘’That is one achievement I can credit the Buhari administration with’’. 

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