Abuja - The Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, has revealed that she has no indication as to when the recession will end in Nigeria.
According to a Naij report, Adesoun made her utterances when she spoke with journalists over the weekend, claiming that Government efforts to reflate the economy have begun yielding results.
“I don’t want to predict when we will get out of recession. Let me tell you that we will get into growth and that’s how you get out of recession, because of the stimulus that we are providing.
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“And it may take longer than we would like, but we will definitely get out of it. We are already seeing some positive signs in agriculture and solid minerals; and with what we are trying to do with other sectors, I am very sure we will get out of it soon,” she stated.
In addition, the Finance Minister disclosed that a plan to sell the country's national assets had not yet been decided on, Punch reports.
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