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2023: Keyamo Lists Buhari’s Achievements Which Tinubu Will Complement If Elected President

 

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The Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, has listed areas the presidency of Muhammadu Buhari has done well which the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu would improve on.

The minister insisted that there are areas of governance where Buhari has outdone himself and Tinubu will go ahead to keep up the good works if he wins the 2023 elections.

Sharing his thoughts via a series of tweets, Keyamo said Tinubu would improve on the work done by Buhari’s government in fighting banditry and kidnapping in the Northwest.

He insisted that Buhari had done exceedingly well in sectors such as infrastructure, rail and agriculture.

He wrote: “To put purveyors of fake headlines out of business, this is our position: There’re areas where PMB’s Govt has done exceedingly well: infrastructure, rail, agriculture, etc. Our @officialABAT will continue with those revolutionary strides but also seek to improve on them.

“There’re areas of security challenges that have improved significantly, e.g farmers-herders clashes, North-East insurgency, etc; @officialABAT will review these situations & employ additional strategies to maintain the momentum & consolidate the gains achieved in these areas.

“As for new areas of security challenges, e.g banditry and kidnappings in the N/West, @officialABAT is prepared to employ additional tools and tactics to complement the present work in progress to eradicate them if Nigerians graciously give him their mandate.”

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  1. Sunday etok

    7 August 2022 at 4:48 PM

    Nigeria is a locomotive driven by mentally deranged persons. How can one imagine a minister of the federal republic saying that security only exist in heaven.

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