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Buhari ‘We pray Naira doesn't fall against the Dollar again,’ PDP says

In a series of tweets on Friday, March 10, 2017, the PDPNYF said Buhari should not allow the cabal in his government gain ground again.

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The Peoples’ Democratic Party, National Youths Frontier (PDPNYF) has called on President Buhari to build on the achievements of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.

In a series of tweets on Friday, March 10, 2017, the PDPNYF said Buhari should not allow the cabal in his government gain ground again.

The group also said they pray that the Naira will not fall against the Dollar like it did before Buhari travelled.

You will recall that the Naira was selling at over N500 against the Dollar, until the Osinbajo’s economic committee asked the Central Bank of Nigeria to review its forex policy.

According to the Daily Post, the group said “The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, President Buhari,while you are away Acting President embraced leadership challenges not your normal way of blaming pdp for your failure .

“Welcome Baba is our prayer that peace and calmness Nigerians enjoyed while you are away continue as you are back safely .

“Welcome Baba Buhari, we pray the powerful cabals demystified by the Acting President will not resume work urgently.

“Welcome Baba is our prayer that peace and calmness Nigerians enjoyed while you are away continue as you are back safely .

“Welcome Baba, we strongly advise you to build on some good steps taken by @ProfOsinbajo while you are away. Nigerians are suffering under you

“End of phone calls. Buhari is back, we pray Naira will not suffer against Dollar again

“We pray Herdsmen/Farmer crisis will not start soon.”

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President Buhari returned to Nigeria after spending 49 days in London, in the early hours of  Friday,March 10, 2017.

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