100 Days In Office: Tinubu’s Policies Will Yield Dividends For Better Life, APC Assures

National Publicity Secretary, APC, Barr. Felix Morka
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By Akombo Aondona, Abuja

The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has urged Nigerians to continue to support the party and President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to improve quality of life in the country as the President clocked 100 days in office.

In a statement on Tuesday 5 September 2023, National Publicity Secretary, APC, Barr Felix Morka, said the President was determined to tackle the insecurity and other social ills in the country through people-oriented policies.

Morka wrote: “On this incipient milestone of 100 days in office of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s administration, the All Progressives Congress (APC) commends Nigerians for their highly valued partnership and support as the President implements bold measures to reset the country’s economy for sustainable growth and beneficial development.

“Undeterred by daunting global trends and challenges, President Tinubu is deftly unknotting debilitating complex distortions and inefficiencies, and enacting people-centered policies encapsulated in the Renewed Hope Agenda geared towards expanding livelihood resources, promoting investment and growth opportunities, tackling insecurity and implementing targeted social intervention programs to cushion the difficult but transient impact of the administration’s essential policy reforms. This focused commitment has rekindled enthusiasm among the local business community and foreign investors who now see strong prospects of our country as a choice destination for investment.

“We urge Nigerians to stand fast in their support of the APC-led administration. We are confident that President Tinubu will spare no effort in his determination to radically remake the social, economic, security and material conditions of our country, and expand access to improved quality of life for all Nigerians.”

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