By Dupe Idowu
As Nigerians continue to groan under the biting challenges of cash crunch situation across the country, Public Affairs Analyst, Mark Angel Folorunsho and Legal Practitioner, Barrister Abdul Fatai Adesina has asserted that the Naira Swap policy was poorly implemented by the federal government.
Speaking on Pensioners Fm news and current affairs programme TRENDING, Mr Angel Folorunsho and Barrister Adesina said the policy ought to have commenced before now to avoid the pain Nigerians are currently passing through in running their domestic, social and business affairs.
According to Angel “it is not a good policy since Nigeria is not operating a barter system, money should not be used to buy money”
Mr Adesina “Federal government should ensure that people spend both the old and new 200,500 and 1,000 naira note.”
Speaking on adoption of candidates by political parties, Barrister Adesina and Mr Angel Folorunsho berated the act, stressing that the paradox of the action depends on the decision of the political parties concerned.
According Adesina “dropping one party at the expense of another is a bad idea, saying political candidates should endeavour to stick to their parties even in the midst of challenges”
Angel Folorunsho ”the act solely lies on lack of ideology and focus which could be attributed to a poor method of conducting party primaries.”
Ahead of this Saturday’s Gubernatorial Election, Barrister Adesina and Mr Angel Folorunsho called on the electoral umpire to respect the rule of law by ensuring the credibility of the poll’s outcome towards a stable democracy in Nigeria.