Tinubu Hints At Plan To End Fuel Subsidy, Multiple Exchange Rate, As He Seeks Nigerians Support

Nigeria’s President-elect, Bola Tinubu, has hinted at plans to implement the ongoing decision to abolish fuel subsidies ahead of his inauguration on Monday, May 29th. Continue Reading>>>

Tinubu also emphasized the urgent need to stop various foreign currency exchange rates while speaking on Friday at the Public Lecture and Jumat Prayer held at the National Mosque in Abuja as part of the 2023 Presidential Inauguration schedule of events.

Tinubu, who was represented at the occasion by Vice President-elect, Kashim Shettima, urged Nigerians to stand with the administration as it worked to dismantle the nation’s maze of difficulties, warning that the take-off point would be difficult. “Tinubu is a fair-minded person,” he says. Continue Reading>>>

He would do justice to all Nigerians, regardless of political parties affiliation. We are bonded by our shared history of poverty and insecurity, among other things. This is the time for all of us to band together as one.

“Ours is a great nation, waiting to show the world its full potential.” China was formerly referred to as a sleeping giant, but it has now awakened. Nigeria must wake up. We are asking everyone to pray for us and for God’s direction. I can tell you that Tinubu will be successful.

“We don’t have time to waste.” The difficulties we face are becoming more severe. We are living in a critical period. Be assured that, in due course, Nigeria would lavish us with accolades.

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