100 days in office: Nigerians await actions on Tinubu’s promises

by John Ojewale
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President Bola Tinubu recently reached the milestone of 100 days in office, but there was little hoopla because the day also saw the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal delivering its ruling on the presidential election.

After 13 hours of judgement, the court decided that Mr. Tinubu, who is now in India, would continue to serve as president. All of the petitions filed against him and his rival Kashim Shettima were denied by the panel.

After the tribunal’s ruling was upheld and all ministers were completely installed, let’s review some of the commitments made in the Renewed Hope Manifesto.

President Tinubu did not, however, provide a time frame for completing some of the pledges.

Nigerians are still waiting for measures to cushion the effect of President Buhari’s removal of the fuel subsidy. He also signed the student loan measure into law, but students are yet to get their loans, and some institutions are increasing their tution fees.

Some of the Key Promises made by the President are:

  • Ending oil theft
  • Ending out of school-children and Almajiri
  • Setting up a special anti-terror battalion
  • Freeing police from VIP services





cc: Daily Post Ng

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