BREAKING: APC: Fuel Was N185 When They Came In, Now It’s N617, Dollar Was N450 & Now It’s N920–Kenneth Okonkwo

Kenneth Okonkwo, a spokesperson for the OBIDATTI Presidential campaign council, has accused the current administration of causing severe hardship for the people of Nigeria. He made these remarks in a report published by SUNDAY SUN, while discussing President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s first 100 days in office….CONTINUE READING

Okonkwo revealed the sharp increase in prices since the administration took office. He pointed out that before this administration, the price of fuel was at N185 per litre, but it has now soared to N617 per litre. Similarly, the exchange rate of the dollar to the naira was N450, but today it stands at N920.

According to Okonkwo, the administration has failed to address the economic challenges facing the country, resulting in skyrocketing prices and a worsening exchange rate. He emphasized that these factors have contributed to the overall hardship experienced by Nigerians. The spokesperson’s comments reflect growing concerns about the economic situation in Nigeria and the impact it has on the daily lives of citizens. Rising fuel prices and a depreciating currency can indeed lead to increased financial strain for the average Nigerian.

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Hear him: ” Fuel was N185 before but now it is N617. The exchange rate of dollar was N450 but now it is N920″

Okonkwo’s statements stressed the need for the government to address economic issues effectively to alleviate the hardships faced by the Nigerian population. The rising cost of living and unfavorable exchange rates are pressing concerns that require urgent attention and solutions….CONTINUE READING

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