Buhari NACCIMA faults President’s decision to serve as petroleum minister

He also said that Agriculture can generate more that 500% income, than crude oil.

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Mr. Billy Harry, National Vice-President of  Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (NACCIMA), spoke on President Buhari’s decision to serve as Minister of petroleum.

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According to Vanguard Newspapers, Harry said Buhari will be overloading himself with work, adding that he will also be distracted.

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In his words “It will distract him and not give him the required space and work time to be able to administer facets of the economy and policies. We have so many more issues other oil. Agriculture alone can swallow everything that oil is doing.”

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 Adding that “The President has to be very focused on job of supervising the entire economy as a polity. I don’t think I will advise him to saddle himself with additional responsibility.”

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He also said that Agriculture can generate more that 500% income, than crude oil.

 

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