What Goodluck Jonathan did to Nigeria’s economy – Oni | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

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A former Governor of Ekiti State and Deputy National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Segun Oni, have accused the past administration of Goodluck Jonathan of causing Nigeria’s economic woes.

According to him, Jonathan should be held responsible for the nation’s poor economy.

The former governor said Jonathan’s government ran the country aground by looting the national treasury heartlessly.

Oni said this when he addressed newsmen in Ado Ekiti, the state capital.

He said, “I would say President (Muhammadu ) Buhari has performed excellently well.

“The economy we inherited was left prostrate–the thieves of the last government brought the nation down completely.

“I ’m sure if people remember where we were coming from, they would clap for President Buhari.

“The people we should be angry with are those who plundered the nation.


“Nigerians should be grateful to President Buhari for stopping the rot in the system and rebuilding the economy.”

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  1. So,since Jonathan left, crude oil has gone with him; people no longer pay taxes, other IGR sources have dried up.It is unfortunate that after 2 years, APC government keeps giving excuses. Buhari is the worst thing ever happened to Nigeria...Well, as events are unfolding...

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  2. Etu Sagun Oni? APC, you're just confirming that you are shameless. After solid two years in office all you still invest your labour in is giving excuses. It gives you no concern that you're not tired of defence?

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  3. Who are the Apc and who are the Pdp?...the same people in apc who think that pdp has run down the country were the ones in Pdp for the past 16 years..now why can they stop giving excuses and go back to work..just here deceiving the country.God is always watching.

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