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Natasha to Gov. Fayemi: If only you had listened to us in 2015, Ajaokuta steel complex would be functioning at full capacity now

Natasha H. Akpoti has blamed the continued non functional of Ajaokuta Steel company to Governor Fayemi of Ekiti State. Natasha who share how Feyemi wanted China to take over the company in 2015, said that she was happy they stop him, if not by now Nigeria will have been plunged into serious economic crisis.

In her statement she said

“This is how I look at Gov Fayemi (erstwhile Min of Mines & Steel) now.

If only he had listened to us in 2015, Ajaokuta steel complex would be functioning at full capacity now. Jobs & foreign currency would have been a given.

But no, Fayemi wanted China on it. So proud of us to have stopped him. That would have been an outright economic enslavement .”

Natasha said despite all his struggle, Nigeria still signed up with Russia.

She said “Last last… Nigeria still signed up with Russia but the wasted time can never be gotten back.

How hard can it be to take smart and prompt decisive actions ???

Of course, straight cut decisions are difficult when the balance of interest tilts towards the elites .

Pity!!! Now we suffer this mess together… poor healthcare, electrification, education, poverty at an all time high. Unemployment and underemployment at its peak …

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