By Elohor Igbru
President Bola Tinubu is assuring Nigerians that with his administration, there is hope after the pains of subsidy removal. He also said his administration will focus more on industralisation, education and healthcare.
He also said he will create the enabling environment for industralisation and investments in line with his vision of creating an economically stable and prosperous country.
Tinubu spoke in Owerri, Imo state at the at the second term inauguration of Hope Uzodinma as governor of the state.
Tinubu said: “In the past 40 years, a few people were cornering our commonwealth and calling it a subsidy, but I call it wasteful. Right now, we are all bearing and sharing that pain. But things are looking up. Things will get better for the good of all Nigerians. With me, there is hope.
“I assure you that there will be substantial development in education for your children; priority on industrialization; healthcare will receive more allocation and attention. We will train more health workers.”
He commended the governor for his achievements, while describing him as the “real Hope”.
He said: “Before now, people were afraid of coming to Imo state, but today Imo is safe and open for business. What we have learned from this experience is the importance of unity, cooperation, and a focus on our internal security.
“I assure you that your hopes are renewed. Be assured of the support of the federal government to ensure rapid development of your state.”