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One Yr assessment: Tinubu is on tract, Let’s give him a little time- Adamawa APC Chieftain begs Nigerians

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One Yr assessment: Tinubu is on tract, Let’s give him a little time- Adamawa APC Chieftain begs Nigerians

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A Stalwart of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Adamawa State, Mallam Hamisu Idris Medugu rated the one-year anniversary of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s government to be in the right direction for the benefit of all Nigerians.

Idris who contested the senatorial seat of Adamawa Northern zone said the one-year stewardship is not the best parameter or the yardstick to access its level of performance.

He said passing judgments by Nigerians on Tinubu to have failed over his one year in office is not fair at all as according to Mallam Idris the current administration has sound policies and has implemented them to be a succor to Nigerians.

He praised Tinubu for suppressing the waging strength of the dollar to the Naira which was initially 1, 900 Naira at the exchange rate to a Dollar, and the construction of the Lagos -Calabar road is another giant economic achievement of the Tinubu administration.

He said the Lagos -Calabar way will boost the country’s economy and revive a lot of socio-economy activities in the North and South of the country.

The hopeful Senator for Adamawa Northern Senatorial District called on Nigerians to give President Tinubu the benefit of the doubt and ant to cast aspersions on the government.

His confidence in Tinubu’s administration made him tell Nigerians that the current government needs a little more time for onward massive development and economic revivals. Most especially to the people of the north as he has awarded the construction of Lagos Kano, and Lagos to Sokoto roads.

Idris revealed this when he paid a familiarization courtesy call to the members of the correspondent chapel of the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ) where he assured them that the APC government under Tinubu’s watch is ready to work for Nigeria.

He said what makes the Tinubu government appear anti-people is the issue surrounding the removal of the fuel subsidy he announced during his inauguration day.

He said in terms of economic policies he has them in bulk and are ready for implementation in no-distance time.

He commended the administration of Tinubu for taking the plights of Nigerians on the front burner of leadership to change their story in the area of insecurity and infrastructural development.

He however called on them to be patient with the government because of the posture of development he vowed to achieve despite the glaring economic realities of Naira’s downfall.

He donated a plasma television set to the correspondent chapel as the place was previously burglarized by miscreants and did away with all the electronic gadgets in the office.

Mallam Idris While presenting a Plasma TV set to Padio Phineas, Adamawa State Correspondent Chairman

The familiarization visit according to him is to get a better way of relating closely with as they remain an important part of the nuclear family of every government and the society at large

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