Monday, May 20, 2024

Tinubu tackling ‘bulk’ of Nigeria’s challenges – Omo-Agege


The fast previous deputy Senate president, Ovie Omo-Agege, has mentioned that President Bola Tinubu has tackled the ‘bulk’ of Nigeria’s challenges.

He made this assertion over the weekend whereas briefing newsmen in Effurun, Delta State.

He expressed confidence in Tinubu’s capability to show across the present financial scenario in Nigeria, urging Nigerians to proceed to help him.

Omo-Agege, who was the 2023 Delta All Progressive Congress, APC, gubernatorial candidate, appealed for endurance, noting that many had been conscious that issues would turn out to be worse earlier than getting higher.

“My message to Nigerians is that they need to proceed to wish for the President. They need to proceed to help the President. He means nicely to our folks.

“We knew from the outset that it was going to worsen earlier than it acquired any higher. However we’re assured that the President has a administration crew in place that turns issues round. And Nigerians solely should be extra affected person with the President and very quickly, Nigerians will have a good time this administration.

“President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has informed us that he is aware of what to do. When he mentioned that earlier than he grew to become President, folks thought he was bluffing. However a few of us had been assured due to his monitor document as former Governor of Lagos State. And by Could 29, he would have been in energy for one 12 months. The majority of the challenges are being addressed,” he acknowledged.

Whereas describing the Coastal Freeway venture as a “main infrastructure” for the South-South, Omo-Agege mentioned that Tinubu, determined that the highway was essential for financial well-being and growth of Nigerian financial system.

“Some others, proper now, are questioning whether or not N4 billion must be used per kilometre however what they failed to grasp is that this highway building is novel, we’re not utilizing asphalt, we’re utilizing cement.

“It’s moulded for low or zero upkeep as will probably be there in perpetuity, in contrast to asphalt that washes off after some years. So, the president is doing an important job and Nigerians are going to applaud him soonest,” he added.

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