Following the recent loan requests that has been made by president Muhammadu Buhari, it was observed that many critics now blame the administration of Buhari for the loans they have accumulated so far.
It is on this note that the honorable Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed made a clarion call for Nigerians to know that the government is not actually borrowing in vain. In a recent report by Daily Post News, Lai Mohammed disclosed that the government does not borrow for the purpose of salary payment, rather the rationale behind the loans is that the government wants to set up world class infrastructures that would benefit every citizen of the country as well as the unborn generations.
In another perspective, instead of criticizing what the government is doing, it would make more sense to see reasons to support the plans of the government knowing very well that the government cannot mislead its citizens.
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