Can Nigeria’s Buhari really Save the Economy?

It was back in May 2015 that Muhammadu Buhari’s presidency began; albeit on a turbulent note. The economy was steadily slipping into a recession, and there was that bitterness and division that was left behind in the wake of the highly-contested elections. The purported fight against corruption could not help the situation, even as the wailers cried foul and alleged political persecution. Meanwhile, there was widespread hunger across the nation as the dire economic realities began to hit home. Unemployment was rife, and workers were being retrenched on a daily…