Nigeria’s economy needs prayers not naira floating – Primate Ayodele
The Leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele has disclosed that the floating of the naira is not what the country needs at the moment, adding that Nigeria’s economy still needs prayers to survive the current hardship it is facing.
The cleric made this disclosure in a statement signed by his media aide, Osho Oluwatosin, explaining that the president took a wrong step with the naira floating, noting that it’s a bad idea and will not have a positive impact on Nigeria’s economy.
While stating that the floating of naira recently done by the central bank of Nigeria is not the best to rebuild the Nigerian economy, Primate Ayodele argued that it will lead to economic troubles as prices of commodities will also increased.
He said the policy will not have a positive impact on the masses as the hardship will continue to bite harder on them.
He then called on President Tinubu to devise a better means to tackle the country’s problems otherwise, Nigerians will continue to suffer.
‘’Nigeria’s economy still needs prayers to survive, the floating of the naira isn’t what the country needs at the moment. Even if it offers hope at the moment, it will lead to economic hardship and disappointment for the nation. Nothing will be appreciated, the country needs prayers because we are in economic shambles. We will experience a lot of economic setup and the prices of commodities will increase.
‘’The ordinary Nigerians will not benefit from this policy, they will still have to experience tougher economic conditions. It is not the best idea.’
‘’The president took a wrong step with the naira floating, it’s a bad idea and will not have a positive impact on our economy. The government still needs to look inward to make things better otherwise, Nigeria will suffer,” he said.