Tinubu’s reforms worsen hardship

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The Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria, (CBCN) has noted with concern that the current administration’s reform agenda has increased the hardship being faced by Nigerians.
Lucius Ugorji, the President of the CBCN, made the declaration while speaking on Sunday at the commencement of the 2024 First Plenary Assembly of the CBCN, held at the Catholic Secretariat of Nigeria Resource Centre in Durumi, Abuja.
According to the bishop, the inflation had cause challenges for the typical Nigerian to afford essential commodities, such as food items and medication, alleging that the reform agenda of the present government has added to the plight of Nigerians.
He said with the withdrawal of fuel subsidies and the unification of the foreign exchange market, there has been a sharp increase in the pump price of petroleum products and a steep decline in the value of the naira.
Ugorji said as result of the government’s reform agenda, he observed that millions of Nigerians have been reduced to a life of grinding poverty, wanton suffering, and untold hardship as never before in the country’s history.

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