- Nigeria will witness massive prosperity in many ramifications come 2021
- This prophecy was delivered by Satguru Maharaji of the One Love Family
- Maharaji also forecasted an end to Nigeria's rampant insecurity issues
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A very favourable prophecy has been given about Nigeria, its economy and government ahead of 2021 by Satguru Maharaji, founder of One Love Family.
According to Maharaji, the country will witness unprecedented progress and prosperity in all aspects of its national life, especially economically, Daily Nigerian reports.
Apart from declaring that the nation will become economically stable in the same year, the cleric predicted that the current insecurity problems will be history soon.
However, to actualise this, the prophet advised the federal government to establish a functional price control system.
Maharaji also urged the Buhari-led administration to set up a marketing board that would buy agricultural produce directly from farmers for proper storage and sales to the public.
In the area of politics, he said that the unwritten constitution whereby the north rules for eight years and hands over power to the south should be sustained.
“I am not advocating that a particular ethnic group must produce the president in 2023, but I believe that we should have a president that loves and cares for the citizens.
“The unwritten agreement whereby the north rules for eight years and the baton is passed to the south; should be sustained for now as a matter of necessity.”
Meanwhile, amid the harsh economic effects of COVID-19 in Nigeria, there was hope that the naira would be experiencing a boost against other international currencies.
To be precise, the Central bank of Nigeria (CBN) has projected by February 2021, the naira will appreciate against the United States (US)'s dollar. The apex bank's outlook for the naira is contained in its Business Expectation Survey.
According to the managing director of Financial Derivatives Company Limited, Bismarck Rewane, for the naira rates to converge it would need the adoption of a fully working exchange rate system influenced by the forces of demand and supply.
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