Jul 15, 2016

‘If You Look Closely, You Will Know That Buhari Has An Economic Plan’ – Lai Mohammed - Mixnaija

Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has stated that the Federal Government has a visible and well laid out economic plan if only people would be patient enough to check the plan. Alhaji Mohammed said this while receiving the Japanese Ambassador to Nigeria, Sadanobu Kusaoke, in Abuja on Thursday. He said: ”Those who …

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