The North Will Occupy This Country If Tinubu Is Not Sworn-in As President On May 29 – Fashola

In recent days, the South East Governors officially unveiled the long-awaited 2nd Niger Bridge. Interestingly, they decided to name it after President Muhammadu Buhari, who will be stepping down from office in a matter of days.  Continue Full Reading>>>

This move aims to honor the outgoing President for his perceived contributions. However, the Minister of Works and Housing, as well as the former Governor of Lagos State, Babatunde Fashola, has expressed doubts about the South East region’s appreciation of the President and his administration’s impact on their area.

Fashola asserted that the South East cannot deny the positive changes brought about by President Buhari and his government in their region.

He emphasized that the outgoing administration has made commendable progress in terms of infrastructure, drawing upon feedback received from various sources.  Continue Full Reading>>>

Additionally, he highlighted a survey indicating a substantial reduction in travel time, signifying an improvement in transportation efficiency.

Quoting the exact statement released by Babatunde Fashola, he said, ”The North will occupy this country if Tinubu is not sworn-in as president on May 29.” “I often think that this ministry is a very difficult place to self-assess, but I believe that the feedback we receive from those we serve clearly encourages us and indicates that things have transitioned for the better from where we started.

For example, the South East cannot deny that Buhari has left a mantra of change in their region. The travel time on the roads has been reduced. The survey of travel time on the road shows an average reduction of 55%.”

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