The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), George Akume, has urged Nigerians to continue to endure the pains of the removal of fuel subsidy, stating that the sufferings and inconveniences would end soon.
The SGF gave the assurance on Monday, when team of the North Central People’s Forum led by Senator Jeremiah Useni of the Sardauna Plateau paid him a courtesy visit.
Akume noted that President Bola Tinubu had good intentions for the nation and had promised Nigerians that he wouldn’t let them down.
He said, “This government will not disappoint Nigerians. The President means well but we can go wrong. When we go wrong, correct us.
“President Tinubu so far has taken bold measures which have impacted the national economy and sent positive signals to policymakers, local and international. This government means business.
“I urge Nigerians to bear the pains of the removal of subsidy on petrol and its negative impact on the cost of living. I want to assure you that after the pain there will be a significant improvement in living standards generally.”
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