Tinubu prompts governors: “we must stick together to fix Nigeria’s economic challenges.”

by Amos Kalu

To address Nigeria’s economic issues, President Bola Tinubu has urged cooperation between state governors and the federal government.

The President’s spokeswoman, Ajuri Ngelale, disclosed this on Thursday at the State House in Abuja during the governors’ celebration of the end of Ramadan.

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President Tinubu stressed the need of moving from politics to governance and underlined the necessity of collaboration and unity among all parties involved.

“The days of politics are over, as we must work together to build our nation. Now is the moment for leadership.

Despite sleeping in different rooms, we share the same parents and are members of the same family. “We have to work together and show each other love,” the President declared.

President Tinubu called on Nigerians to use this important occasion for introspection, prayer, and acts of compassion towards others, highlighting the significance of the holy month of Ramadan and the Lenten season for Christians.

While acknowledging the issues facing the country, he was upbeat about the future, pointing out that the problems are starting to react to the measures his administration is doing to address them.

“I am relieved that the headwinds will soon be behind us. It’s not as dark in the tunnel as when we first arrived. It will continue to get brighter. The President declared, “We have to talk to each other, stand by each other, and celebrate together.”

AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, the governor of Kwara State and chairman of the Nigeria Governors’ Forum, praised the Federal Government for distributing 42,000 tonnes of grains and emphasised the value of cooperative efforts between the national and sub-national governments in tackling shared difficulties.

Regarding the payment of wage awards to workers, the governor promised that the states will act morally.

“As the wet season approaches, I humbly request that all governors take up farming as a means of fostering an appreciation for the difficulties faced by regular farmers and guaranteeing a bountiful crop at the conclusion of the farming season,” stated the NGF Chairman.

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