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Buhari Nigerians are suffering because of President – PDP

The party also decried the high cost of foodstuff in the market, adding that the economy is bad.

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President Muhammadu Buhari

(The Sheet)

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has alleged that a lot of Nigerians are suffering under the Buhari-led administration.

According to Punch, the party also decried the high cost of foodstuff in the market, adding that the economy has nose dived.

The PDP North-East Chairman of the Ali Modu Sheriff faction, Emmanuel Njiwah also said Nigeria has become a nation of story under the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Njiwah added that “Anybody with a plan for Nigeria cannot come into power and within the spate of a year, plunge the largest economy on the continent into recession.

 “They have actually devastated the economy of Nigeria but they kept blaming the PDP. But the fact remains that as of May 29, 2015, Nigeria was the largest economy in Africa and as of May 2016, we have become a nation of sorrow.”

He also expressed shock that Buhari’s administration led Nigeria’s economy to a recession, just in the first year of its existence.

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While assuring PDP members that the crisis rocking the party will be resolved, Njiwah said “The PDP needs to come back. Is there anybody who is not suffering here? Those who voted them in and even we that didn’t vote them are suffering too. Our markets are not different. Our filling stations are not different. We are buying from the same markets.

“We want to buy a bag of rice for N7,000. We want to buy fuel at N87 per litre.”

This is coming on the heels of President Muhammadu Buhari's promise to Nigerians  that he will leave Nigeria better than he met it.

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