Vice President Shettima Optimistic About Nigeria’s Economic Recovery Amidst Challenges

Amidst concerns over Nigeria’s economic challenges, Vice President Kashim Shettima has expressed optimism about the nation’s recovery trajectory.

Speaking at the launch of the National Design and Innovation Competition at the Presidential Villa in Abuja, Shettima remarked that Nigeria’s economy is on the path to recovery after facing setbacks in recent months.

Inflation rates soared to 37 percent in February, leading to increased pressure on the cost of living and prompting protests in various parts of the country urging the government to take action.

However, Shettima, through his media aide Stanley Nkwocha, conveyed a message of hope, stating that “the worst is over.”

Notably, there have been signs of improvement, with the nation’s currency showing signs of stability against the dollar in recent weeks.

Shettima expressed confidence in further gains for the naira in the near future.

Furthermore, Shettima highlighted President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s proactive measures to address issues of insecurity in the country.

The statement reflects the government’s commitment to tackling security challenges, a crucial aspect of economic stability and national development.

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