Professor of Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management, Lagos State University (LASU), Yunus Dauda, has said Nigeria needs to take part in compelling financial train and disregard debasement if the nation must endure oil crash sway.
Prof Dauda said politico-financial rebuilding of administration is conceivable if the chosen chiefs are prepared to improve the prosperity of the individuals.
“It’s about time that we quit searching for veritable prerequisites for cultural change with political predispositions. With the breakdown of the oil value, we need to move to horticulture to advance the improvement of agro-based enterprises to diminish joblessness issues.”
As indicated by him, the current political elites don’t need change since they need to keep up business as usual, which gives undue bit of leeway. Yet, they overlooked the way that the main thing that is perpetual is change itself.
“We need to change the present political courses of action to empower us adapt to the social and monetary difficulties that are currently confronting the country. The issues of mass joblessness, uncertainty and neediness will stay with us. Financial matters is legislative issues in camouflage, there can’t be any solid improvement without great governmental issues,” he said.