Nigerians believe PMB should stop saying the country is corrupt

59% of Pulse Nigeria Poll voters believe that investors will run away from Nigeria if PMB continues saying the country is corrupt.

Readers want PMB to stop castigating the country

Many Nigerians are not happy that President Muhammadu Buhari talks down on the country at different forums anywhere he goes in the.

They are worried that the President will never stop telling the whole world about how corrupt the the past regime of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), was and how stealing from the country's coffers has made Nigeria to become a poor country.

There are those who think the President should settle down to work and stop telling the world that corruption is hindering him because no serious investors would want to invest in a country where they think their investments would not yield any return.

But on the other hand, there are those who feel the President is right and should go about talking about the past corrupt leaders and so that the world will see us for what we are.

Now, our teaser for the day was:

How Nigeria voted:

59% - Yes, the investors will not see Nigeria as viable for investments

41% - No, he should keep talking about it to expose the corrupt leaders

How would you vote?


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