Be patient with Tinubu, seven months not enough to fix Nigeria – FG urges Nigerians

Minister of Information and National Orientation, Mohammed Idris Malagi, has asked Nigerians to exercise patience with the economic reforms of President Bola Tinubu’s administration.

Malagi said that President Tinubu has only been in power for seven months, adding that it would take time to see the benefits of the long-term strategy.

Malagi said during an interview on Channels TV Sunrise Daily on Thursday, that the president’s objective is clear: to lead Nigeria to “the desired prosperity.”

He said: “I want you to remember that the President is seven months old in office. I am not going to make excuses that seven months is just a short time.

“But for a long-term plan, you need a lot more time to put structures in place. But of course, as you trudge along, there will be shocks, turbulence, and occasional dislocations that you would find. But the vision of the president is very clear: he wants to take Nigeria to the desired prosperity.

“He works day and night to achieve that. Every day, all the ministers and everyone else are working in that direction, but the results are not seen yet. We ask Nigerians to be a little more patient.

“I know it’s difficult, especially when people are finding it hard to purchase food items as a result of these policies, but the government is doing a lot to address them.”

Malagi went on to say that the president’s vision for Nigeria is to create a country that values merit and is safe, secure, and egalitarian.

However, he contended that Nigeria would have a long road ahead of it and that all that has to be done in seven months is to lay the foundation for the nation to reach its destination.

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