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A Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Hon. Olatunbosun Oyintiloye, has said that President Bola Tinubu is capable of fixing the poor economic situation in the country for the benefit of all Nigerians.
Oyintiloye, a member of defunct APC Presidential Campaign Council (PCC), said this while speaking with newsmen in Osogbo.
He said that all that the president needed from Nigerians in fixing the economy is patience, perseverance, endurance and support.
The APC’s chieftain urged Nigerians, both home and abroad, to have faith in the ability of the president to provide practical steps in solving series of challenges confronting the country’s economy.
Oyintiloye, who noted that President Tinubu had the interest of Nigerians at heart, said that the president knew what the challenges were before he decided to be the president and was adequately prepared for it.
He said that although the various economic policies by the president to put the country’s economy on the rightful part might seem painful, but will at the end put smiles on the faces of the people.
Oyintiloye, who was a former lawmaker, said that the hardship Nigerians were presently facing would soon be a thing of the past.
“It is true that the economy is not in good shape and Nigerians are going through a lot and finding it difficult to live a decent life.
“I believe President knew this before he offered himself to govern the country and he is well prepared to tackle all these challenges.
“All we need to do is to continue to pray for the president, support him and be patient. There is no doubt that he is capable to fix the economy.
“President Tinubu is a man with a private sector background. He worked in the banking and oil sector and he will use his wealth of experience to fix things.
“The removal of fuel subsidy and the monetary policy of the president will soon put the country on the right part.
“There will be improved electricity, job opportunities, improved security, infrastructure development, housing provision and food security,” he said.