Abuja - The Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Audu Ogbeh, has said the Structural Adjustment Programme introduced by former Head of State, General Ibrahim Babangida is responsible for the country's dwindling economy, Channels reports.
Ogbeh stated that the country's over-reliance on crude oil, in conjunction with the Structural Adjustment Programme is the bane of the dwindling economic challenges currently experienced in the country.
While expressing concern over the rate of unemployment in the country, he enjoined the youths to take up opportunities being created in the agric-sector, in other to earn themselves legitimate sources of livelihood.
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- News 24