Supporting Akinyemi’s position that the 1999 constitution should be blamed for the recession, Onuesoke who spoke to journalists in Warri, reiterated that Goodluck Jonathan saw the problem ahead and tried to save for the rainy day but some of the governors and APC leaders, who never wanted anything good from his administration, insisted against it and took advantage of the loopholes in the constitution to protest against savings.
Onuesoke advised the present government to stop the blame game and think of the way forward as the professor has suggested, adding that the government should adjust the constitution to pave a way for the revival of the economy.
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