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Nigerian System Of Governance Is Too Costly-Olusegun Aganga

Nigeria’s Olusegun Aganga appointed Queen’s Commonwealth Trust Adviser

The presidential system of governance has been in operation since 1979 when it was first approved by the federal government of Nigeria.

Speaking on how the system has been a disadvantage to the Nigerian Populace, A former Minister of Finance, Olusegun Aganga, has described the presidential system of government too Costly for Nigeria.

The former minister, who also held the trade and investment portfolio, said the COVID-119 pandemic is a unique opportunity for Nigeria to make needed structural changes.

Aganga served as minister of finance from 2010 to 2011, after which he was appointed minister of trade and investment, a position he held until 2015.

In an interview with The PUNCH, he said Nigeria failed to save for a rainy day, and would need to cut the cost of governance to meet its needs.

The former minister, who also held the trade and investment portfolio, said the COVID-119 pandemic is a unique opportunity for Nigeria to make needed structural changes.

Aganga served as minister of finance from 2010 to 2011, after which he was appointed minister of trade and investment, a position he held until 2015.

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