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There are credible grounds to believe that the federal government may not have been very happy on why the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) cannot come up with better workable economic revival models since it announced that it remained all rates unchanged after the end of her MPC meeting last months.
Though coming as fiscal policies which are far from the monetary policies expected from the CBN, the government weekend outlined a 10-point fiscal roadmap to reset the economy to a path of growth.
The Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun revealed the outline when she represented Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, at the annual dinner of the Lagos Business School.
Adeosun noted that “the Federal Government’s Fiscal Roadmap is addressing barriers to growth that will drive productivity, generate jobs and broaden wealth creating opportunities to achieve inclusive growth.”
The fiscal roadmap expected to come into force from January next year include Fiscal Policy Initiative that will impact on the economy.
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