Subsidy: ‘Endure, Tinubu repositioning the country’ – Keyamo tells Nigerians
Festus Keyamo, the immediate past Minister of State for Labour and Employment, sent a message to Nigerians on Saturday amid the hardship they are facing.
Keyamo urged Nigerians to endure the pain of the steps President Bola Tinubu is taking to reposition Nigeria.
He said Tinubu was repositioning Nigeria into a better, healthier, and more vibrant economy.
Tweeting, Keyamo wrote: “If a patient has a malignant tumor, the patient has to endure the pains of surgery or some chemotherapy before the patient can be healthy and hearty again.
“What is required are pain relievers as these treatments are being administered.
“That is the situation we find ourselves in today in Nigeria.
“We must endure the pains of the steps @officialABAT has taken to reposition our economy to a healthy and vibrant one.
“The entire world has acknowledged this. The pain relievers are exactly what the National Economic Council has recommended for implementation.”
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