Nigeria’s Senate Disagrees With the Sale of National Assets

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Nigeria’s Senate Disagrees With the Sale of National Assets.

On Tuesday, the Nigerian Senate made their decisions which goes against the sales of the National assets in combating the on-going economic recession that is gradually tearing the country apart.

The decision was taken by the senate after the motion by Senator Ali Ndume, who is the Minority Leader, advising the upper chamber not to agree with the proposal for the selling off of the country’s assets.

Ndume stated, “I move in motion that the senate should stand against the sale of the national properties in order to shore up our reserves.”

The senate president, Dr Bukola Saraki made the motion to be voted for through voice strength in which “the ayes had it.”

It would also be recalled last week that the senate debated on the ways in which the economy can be gotten out of recession.

The senate president, Bukola Saraki, had it in a 14 point statement, an also made a recommendation that the national assets should be sold to shore up the nation’s reserves.


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