How to tackle Nigeria’s economic challenges, by Tinubu

To successfully tackle Nigeria’s economic challenges, the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has challenged Governments at all levels to re-strategise.
  Speaking with Journalists on Monday after observing the Eid el-Kabir prayer at the Dodan Barracks Praying Ground, Obalende, Lagos, Tinubu explained that lack of solid foundation contributed to the present economic challenges in the country.
Tinubu said: “Without a good and solid foundation, we cannot achieve sustainable economic prosperity. We depended solely on one channel of revenue which used to give us $150 per barrel and suddenly it went down drastically to 30, catering for the same population. How do you share the 30 among various needs of the country?
 He added: “So, we need to re-strategise and re-plan. But that planning period is always a very difficult period in any family, organisation and nation. That is what we are experiencing now, but it is for a better and stronger future. The political and economic stability we are enjoying in Lagos today is as a result of a solid foundation.”
  Speaking in a similar vein, the Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Dr Idiat Adebule, urged Nigerians to support the Government in rebuilding a new nation by engaging themselves in productive activities that can help to fast track the process of building a viable economy.
  The Deputy Governor  appealed to youths to desist from clandestine activities such as violence, kidnapping, pipeline vandalism, bombing and other vices capable of undermining the ongoing reform agenda of the Federal government.