Every government in the world no matter how small or big it may be has one debt or the other left behind for the incoming administration to carry, this is normal to an extent but our concern is that during Peoples Democratic Party/ex-president Goodluck Jonathan led government, lots of debts were left for president Buhari and his government to inherit which his government has to settle before implementing their own programs. P.D.P/Goodluck Jonathan led government were busy sharing the money that would have been used to pay for these debt which they incurred and in some cases, they started some programs but somewhere along the line such projects are abandoned. These abandoned programs were so many that we can not enumerate here, this is unbelievable and the funds for such projects have already been earmarked for that purpose which they turned around and share among themselves. The Niger bridge (Asaba/Onitsha) is one such example. Now look at this fertilizer suppliers they owed billions of Naira for years which they never cared to pay, how do you want them to continue in their business? If ex-president Goodluck Jonathan in the past can not pay for the purchase his government made from the fertilizer suppliers and now president Buhari’s government just have to settle that debt which they had already done, somehow such payment is capable of bringing backward the good projects which the current administration would want to implement in the country until they are able to raise fund for their programs. 65 billion Naira is a whole lot of money which president Buhari’s government had already paid to the fertilizer suppliers. This is just one aspect of the debts, still majority of Nigerians did not see the damages done by Peoples Democratic Party/ex-president Goodluck Jonathan’s led government, this is unbelievable. However Viewers Corner News and the advisory team shall continue to pray and hoping that someday God Almighty would bring Nigeria out of this recession the country (Nigeria) is into at the moment so that the people of Nigeria can live a normal and happy life again.
Source: Viewers Corner News.