Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, has assured Nigerians that President Muhammadu Buhari, and his administration have no other commitment to life at the moment other than to resolve all pending issues that are bed icing the growth and development of the country.
Osinbajo spoke at the weekend in his hometown, Ikenne, where he was the Special Guest of Honour at the 39th Ereke Day celebration, noting that the Behari administration will strive to deliver on its campaign promises to the people of Nigeria.
Ereke is an annual festival organised in Ikenne, Ogun State, as platform for addressing the town’s developmental challenges.
“The President has no other business besides fixing the problems of the country,’’ the Vice President said.
He noted that the opportunity to address the nation’s numerous challenges and reposition the country for greatness is now, saying that the All Progressives Congress (APC) administration would keep its promises without leaving any one unfulfilled.
Cited corruption and stealing as some of the reasons why things had gone wrong in the country, Osinbajo stressed that “it is time now to fix all that have gone wrong.”
He reassured that the Federal Government is fully committed to addressing the challenges facing the country.
He said: “we have to deal with unemployment of young people; we have to deal with infrastructure; we have to deal with bad roads; we have to restore power, the challenges are many.
“But I want to assure you that every single day that President Buhari spends in Abuja; that I spend in Abuja, we will work hard to achieve the promises we have made.
“You can be sure of an honest and transparent government; you can be sure of hard work.
“You can be sure that everything we promised, we will do.”
The VP, said that President Buhari was working daily on how to solve Nigeria’s economic challenges.
“The President you know has no other business; he is not doing anything else; this is his life commitment.
“And he has said this is what he is going to commit his entire life to, to ensure that the economic problems are solved, employment opportunities are created,”, he said.
By Patrick Aigbokhan