Nigerians Are Going Through Pain But We Had To Remove Petrol Subsidy – President Tinubu


Nigerians Are Going Through Pain But We Had To Remove Petrol Subsidy – President Tinubu

President Bola Tinubu engaged in a candid discussion with South-West Muslim leaders regarding the recent removal of the fuel subsidy. 

Acknowledging the pain it has caused for many Nigerians, Tinubu emphasized that this decision was a necessity, given the economic challenges facing the nation. He assured citizens that better days are on the horizon.

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President Tinubu, in a meeting at the State House, Abuja, led by Rasaki Oladejo, President of the Ummah, explained that while the removal of the fuel subsidy is causing temporary hardship, it was an imperative step to prevent a collapse of the Nigerian economy. 

Tinubu stressed the need to believe in the unity of Nigeria and expressed confidence that concerted efforts will lead to economic improvement.

Tinubu articulated that his administration's policies and programs are aimed at building a society where hard work is rewarded and complacency is discouraged. He urged Nigerians to focus on the collective future, emphasizing that challenges may be daunting, but they are not insurmountable.

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The President affirmed his commitment to empowering the youth with skills and creating an enabling environment for their prosperity. He recognized the importance of investing in the younger generation for sustainable growth.

Rasaki Oladejo and Minister of Marine and Blue Economy, Adegboyega Oyetola, commended Tinubu for his boldness in removing the petroleum subsidy. 

Oladejo lauded Tinubu's determination to implement necessary reforms for the country's progress, acknowledging that this decision was a historic breakthrough.

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President Tinubu's engagement with South-West Muslim leaders sheds light on the government's rationale behind the fuel subsidy removal. 

It emphasizes the collective responsibility to build a resilient and prosperous Nigeria. As the nation navigates this transition, it remains to be seen how these policies will impact the economy and the lives of everyday Nigerians.

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