President Tinubu: Our Five-Point Expectations

President Tinubu: Our Five-Point Expectations

In a momentous celebration and ceremony, a new leader assumed control of our nation’s affairs. President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and his vice-president, Kashim Shettima, have taken the reins of leadership and commenced their administration in earnest following the successful conclusion of former President Muhammadu Buhari’s second term.

During the inauguration in Abuja, President Tinubu unveiled his plans for the next four years, surprising the nation by announcing the complete removal of subsidies.

As a media organization that strives to give a voice to the voiceless, representing the masses on matters and decisions that impact their well-being, we sampled people’s opinions, we, therefore, present our five-point expectations to the president.

The demands of the masses are not excessive; however, these expectations will serve as part of the scorecard for President Tinubu’s successful administration.

Our Five-Point Expectations

  1. Security of lives and properties: Nigerians live in fear of attacks from bandits, kidnappers, armed robbers, and terrorists. There are hardly any regions that are adequately protected from such assaults. Investors are only attracted when the safety of their lives is guaranteed. Recent incidents, such as the brutal murder of staff from the United States embassy in Nigeria, have brought acute embarrassment. Nigerians home and abroad therefore demand that the new administration looks into this appalling situation as the assume office.
    President Tinubu

  1. Provision of quality education: We are pleased to note that the subsidies to be removed will be redirected to education. Mr. President, it is crucial that you approach this matter with intentionality. The education sector should receive ample funding, and lecturers should be appropriately remunerated. Research initiatives should be funded to equip students with the necessary skills to compete globally.

Additionally, the curriculum should be reviewed to meet the needs of the 21st century.

  1. Economic revitalization: Nigerians are burdened by economic hardship, with pervasive hunger affecting the country. Many individuals rely on loans with exorbitant interest rates to survive.

Economic struggles have pushed some Nigerians into crimes such as internet fraud, robbery, and prostitution. We expect the president to appoint competent individuals who can transform the country’s economy.

  1. Affordable housing: Housing is a crucial concern for Nigerians. The new administration should prioritize the establishment of low-cost housing estates and introduce policies that enhance the lives of Nigerians.

  2. Healthcare reform: Recently, resident doctors issued an ultimatum to the federal government, highlighting their urgent healthcare needs. The health sector is in disarray.

Despite significant allocations to the presidential clinic, it is disheartening that the former president frequently sought medical treatment in the United Kingdom. Confidence in Nigeria’s healthcare system has been eroded. Hospitals lack necessary equipment, are understaffed, and receive inadequate funding. There is a scarcity of medical experts to attend to the numerous medical cases, resulting in avoidable deaths.

Complaints about insufficient hospital space and limited drug supplies are rampant. Moreover, the lack of accessible hospitals has led to the unfortunate deaths of many due to their distance from medical facilities.

It is expedient of President Tinubu to address these pressing challenges faced by citizens as the “renewed hope” begins now.

Furthermore, other issues such as poor infrastructure, dilapidated roads, and inconsistent power supply also require the president’s attention.

We pray for strength and success as you steer the affairs of our country.

i-News Nigeria extends congratulations to the new president and his vice, wishing them success in their administration.
May God bless Nigeria!

Akeem Alao

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