President Bola Tinubu has assured Nigerians that his administration will give more attention to education and healthcare and provide the enablements for industrialization and investments under his vision of creating an economically stable and prosperous country.
Speaking at the second-term inauguration of Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo State in Owerri on Monday, President Tinubu said he is well-attuned to the concerns of citizens, assuring them that the challenges brought on by essential reforms are being addressed.
“In the past 40 years, a few people were cornering our common wealth, and calling it subsidy, but I call it wasteful.
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“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,” the President said.
President Tinubu commended Governor Uzodimma for his stewardship in Imo State, describing him as the “real hope” of the state.
“It is a great honour for me to be here in Imo State. And to congratulate the people of Imo for being discerning and determined to vote into a second term, a very unique individual who resonates with a progressive agenda, Senator Hope Uzodinma,” he said.
The President said he is committed to building a united and secure country, noting the peace and security in the state, adding: “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.”
President Tinubu implored the governor to work even harder for the people, emphasizing that hard work is the reward for re-election.
“I assure you that your hopes are renewed. Be assured of the support of the federal government to ensure rapid development of your state,” he concluded.