The un­will­ing­ness by some people to con­cede that the Good­luck Jonathan ad­min­is­tra­tion is do­ing any­thing pos­i­tive in the coun­try may be be­hind the at­tempt to di­min­ish the pos­i­tive ef­fects of the re­based GDP fig­ures

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neigh­bour Adamu said helped him to un­der­stand GDP—is that things are get­ting bet­ter in Nigeria’s econ­omy.

It is im­por­tant to point out a few facts re­lat­ing to the econ­omy here lest they be­come lost in all the noise be­ing made by some so-called ex­perts who may seek to un­der­mine the pres­i­dent’s achieve­ments in of­fice.

In the first in­stance, to en­cour­age young Nige­ri­ans to be­come en­trepreneurs and em­ploy­ers of labour— rather than wait­ing to be em­ployed by oth­ers—the Jonathan govern­ment awarded busi­ness start-up

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