The founder of The Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare, has disclosed the way out of the recession currently rocking the country.
He said the way forward would not be so complex for those interested in genuine change.
Speaking at his State of the Nation Broadcast on Sunday in Lagos, the ex- vice president of the Congress For Progressive Change said,
“From variations of ‘chanji’, to the conflation of ‘change’ and ‘recession’, few, have been immune to exclamations of discontent 2016.
The way forward is not so complex for those interested in genuine change.
“The country must discard its confusing and discriminatory exchange rate, remove kids glove in its fight against corruption and tackle insecurity by addressing the systemic issues that make it possible in the first place.
“Propelled by love for our nation, and driven by a desire to see this government succeed, we come with additional propositions in 2017.
“The confusing and discriminatory multiple dollar to naira exchange rates must be discarded.
“A more reliable exchange rate, mutually beneficial to our people & economy & attractive to foreign investors should be put in place,” he added.