17 Things Nigerians May Experience In 2016 Under Buhari

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Ahead of the New Year, Ekiti state governor, Ayodele Fayose has listed 17 things that will unavoidable happen under the Buhari led government in 2016.


President Muhammadu Buhari

Workers strike Fayose said there will lot of industrial actions in 2016

Subsidy – the removal of subsidy will leave the masses in serious hardship.

Electricity– Fayose said power generation will drop and FG will increase tariff

Unemployment– Fayose said millions of jobs will be lost.


Economic policy– Fayose said private owned middle class business will fold up due to bad economic policies.

Devaluation– Fayose sees the naira falling down to N320 to One dollar.

Economy– Says FG has no solution to the country’s economic problems

Security – Fayose said Boko Haram will keep spreading and the Shiite Muslims will get more emboldened.Human Rights – The governor said penchant for dictatorship will rise with rampant human rights abuses.

PDP sweeps LG polls

Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti state

Anti-corruption war will be insincere, selective and political.


Anti-press laws: FG will rise against the press and plot to deny Nigerians freedom of expression.

Polity– Plot to remove Senate president, Bukola Saraki will fail and heat the polity


Hardships: Nigerians will experience more hardship and it negates the change Nigerians voted for.

Corruption– Halliburton scam may be revisited.

Kogi state– Court will sack Kogi governor elect, Yahya Bello; Seriake Dickson will win supplementary election; Governor Darius Ishaku of Taraba will be victorious at the court.

Politics– Fayose said there will be subtle political alignment and realignment before the end of the year ahead of 2019 elections.


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