Osibanjo gives hope
Acting President Yemi Osinbajo says the economic hardship brought about by the recession in the country will soon be over.
In a statement titled “WE ARE COMMITTED TO ENGAGEMENT WITH OUR PEOPLE, and FIXING THE ECONOMY,” which was personally signed by Professor Osinbajo, the acting president commended the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, and his officers for handling the protests against government policies with professionalism and respect for the rights of citizens.
According to him, the federal government is committed to a continuous engagement with citizens so as to create avenues where explanations for government policies would be made as well as receive advice and criticism on failing policies.The second citizen who stated that cabinet ministers have gone round eight states holding town hall meetings; with the most recent held yesterday in Ilorin, reassurred Nigerians that there will be more meetings in the other states that are yet to be visited adding that with complete focus on improving the economy every day, the recession will soon be a history.
It would be recalled that several protests for and against government policies were held in some parts of the country yesterday.