Here is how Tinubu will make N1 equal to $1
Ayodele Adewale, a campaign manager for Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, says his principal would work to bring the plummeting naira at par with the dollar and providing free education for all students up to the university level if he wins the 2023 presidential election.
“To improve the economy to the extent that we can drive down the high cost of the naira to the dollar. We are looking at a system where we can bring it at equal par, one naira to one dollar,” Mr Adewale stated during an interview on Arise TV.
Mr Adewale was speaking in defence of Mr Tinubu’s decision to present a fellow Muslim, Kashim Shettima, as his running mate against the counsel of his support group.
The decision has since generated a lot of furore among critics who said a Muslim-Muslim ticket could upset the nation’s religious balance in top political offices.
Even the APC Christian Caucus lambasted Mr Tinubu, asserting that he was jettisoning the nation’s unity for his presidential ambition.
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But Mr Adewale says Nigerians must look beyond religion and focus on what the Muslim-Muslim Ticket can offer.
He stressed that Mr Tinubu plans to revive the nation’s regressing economy and comatose education sector.
Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) have been on strike since February 14 under the Muhammadu Buhari regime, whose party has now produced Mr Tinubu as its flag bearer for the 2023 elections.
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In 2015, Mr Buhari made similar unfulfilled promises to improve the economy by bringing parity between Nigeria’s legal tender and the U.S. dollar used for international trade.
The U.S. dollar which traded for about N185 when Mr Buhari assumed office is now exchanging for over N420 at the official investor and exporter window but even worse at the parallel market where it is sold for N610 as of today.