Actress urges Nigerians to be patient with President Buhari

The actress appealed to Nigerians to be patient with the government as it tries to strengthen the economy.

Funmi Holder

Speaking concerning the economic recession, the Tinsel actress told The Nation News that she is in no way affected.

She called on all Nigerians to show support for the government, while urging the latter to hurry up with the stability of the economy.

“Well, fortunately for me, I do not believe in the word ‘recession’ and what you do not believe in cannot be a part of your existence, so, no economic crisis in my world.

“I can only appeal that they (governmemt) do their best in stabilizing the economy as quickly as they can.

“It can’t be easy to come into power and do magic. It’s a process.

“We need to support our president.”

Many Nigerians have lamented the current state of the economy, which has caused difficulty for both the rich and the poor.

The patience initially observed by the citizens has grown thin, as many people wonder why it is taking the government so long to fulfill its promises to them.

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