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Nigerian governors today passed a vote of confidence on the minister of Budget and National Planning, Senator Udoma Udo Udoma and her finance counterpart, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, saying they were not responsible for plunging the country into recession.


The governors’ position rubbishes the National Assembly’s call for the removal of the two ministers, whom they accused of not knowing what to do in order to bail the nation out of the economic straits.

The governors, who passed their implicit confidence on the two ministers, absolved them of any blame in the declining economy during the meeting of the National Economic Council, NEC, presided over by Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, at the State House.

The state governors reasoned that if anything, the two ministers should be commended for their sagacity in reviving the ailing economy occasioned by falling oil price, Nigeria’s major income earner, over the years.

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  1. Rubbish. So that their allocations will not be delayed

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  2. Yes, this is a wonderful development. How can you blame people that have not even spend a year in office for the current situation in the country, meanwhile you Senators have been there awhile and have done nothing but try to enrich yourselves. Its time the Senators wake up, they are not true representatives of their constituents as they claim.

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  3. Nonsense! Once her clueless policies suits their antimasses will! Continue

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