To hold that Nigeria is in a dire strait economically and that its next president has an unenviable task to fix it, is an understatement. With the parlous state of the nation’s economy, presidential candidates eyeing 2023 will need to convince the electorate on how to overcome challenges of high inflation, rising debts, dwindling revenue, high unemployment, rising insecurity among others. Without external influence, the president bears the burden of failed policies and what befalls the economy. His job will be to work for Nigerians for the Nigeria that they seek. Nigeria has some of the best brains in the world and has never been devoid of good ideas to make the nation better.
Source: The Guardian June 21, 2022 16:17 UTC