Soludo Criticizes State of Nigerian Economy Under Tinubu, Questions CBN’s Actions

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In a recent statement, Anambra State Governor Charles Soludo has expressed strong criticism of the state of the Nigerian economy under the administration of former Governor Bola Tinubu, accusing the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) of engaging in illegal activities.

Soludo, a renowned economist, asserted that Tinubu’s administration inherited a “dead economy” and failed to implement effective policies to revive it. He pointed to the high levels of inflation, unemployment, and poverty as evidence of the economy’s dire state.

Furthermore, Soludo raised concerns about the CBN’s recent decision to redesign the naira, questioning the legality of the move. He argued that the CBN’s actions were not authorized by the relevant laws and could have detrimental consequences for the Nigerian economy.

Soludo’s criticisms have sparked a debate about the state of the Nigerian economy and the CBN’s actions. While some experts agree with Soludo’s assessment, others argue that the CBN’s policies are necessary to address the country’s economic challenges.

The debate is likely to continue in the coming days and weeks, as the Nigerian government and the CBN seek to address the country’s economic woes. Stay turned to our Social Communities to get the updates.

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