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In spite negative Growth, Economy Not Doing Badly – Senate President

In spite of the most recent figures of the Nigeria Bureau of Statistics (NBS) indicating negative development, Senate President Ahmed Lawan, has said Nigeria’s economy was not doing severely.

The senate president uncovered this to State House correspondents after the Council of State meeting directed by President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa Abuja yesterday.

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As indicated by him, the COVID – 19 pandemic has negatively affected all economies everywhere on over the world.

Lawan further disclosed that contrasted with more vigorous economies like the USA and Germany, the Nigerian economy has performed similarly well.

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