Recession: APBN says economic crisis is not as bad as it seems

President Muhammadu Buhari.

The group made the comment on Wednesday, September 28, during its 32nd Annual General Assembly in Lagos.

The Association of Professional Bodies of Nigeria (APBN) has said that the current recession in the country is not as bad as it looks.

The group made the comment on Wednesday, September 28, during its 32nd Annual General Assembly in Lagos.

“It is only the harmonization of these resources that we (Nigeria) need and only the professionals can assist government to quickly get out of the current situation,” APBN President, Gabriel Fasoto said according to Vanguard.

“We have everything it requires to get out of this mess. It was recently we discovered that government was not taking us seriously, we then felt the need to come together as a united front and then proffer suggestions to government.

“It took time before government realized that they are supposed to take professionals more seriously. I want to assure you that they have increased the number of professionals in the country’s affairs. We are partnering with them, and we believe that they will take our advices more seriously than ever before,” he added.

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Meanwhile, Finance Minister, Kemi Adeosun has said that Nigeria is already getting out of the recession.

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