Nigeria’s Misery Index, worst in Africa ― Jerry Gana


The degree of economic distress suffered by Nigerians at any time in the post-independence history of the country has been worst since the assumption of power of President Muhammadu Buhari, Professor Jerry Gana has said.

Gana, a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, stated this at the weekend at the PDP Critical Stakeholders’ Retreat organised by the Kogi PDP Renaissance Group in Abuja.

Delivering his keynote address modified to reflect the substance of the theme, “Kogi PDP: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” the Professor of Geography lamented the sorry state of affairs in the country, noting that under the watchful eyes of the global community, Nigeria has sunk deeply into a legion of artificially created challenges by the ruling party.



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