Petrol Subsidy Removal Already Yielding Positive Results, Says Tinubu

President Tinubu

According to President Bola Tinubu, Nigerians are starting to gain from the elimination of petrol subsidies. He urged them to be patient and supportive because, despite their current difficulties, a bright future is ahead of them.

President Tinubu made this announcement at the Gala/Award Night to honor the 2023 Civil Service Week in Abuja, which was represented by Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Senator George Akume.
Even if he promised palliatives to lessen the impact of the related hardships, the President said that the first two policies he outlined during his inauguration, namely the termination of gasoline subsidies and the formation of a new currency regime, were already producing positive results.

“We have received support and commendation from the global community for our courage in introducing these policy shifts.

“We shall, without delay, cushion the pains experienced by our people as a result of these measures, through a number of work-targeted policy interventions aimed at giving adequate relief and succor to the great number of our long-suffering citizens, he said.

President Tinubu also commended the Federation’s Civil Service Head, Mrs. Folasade Yemi-Esan, on the service’s holistic digitalization efforts, saying that Nigeria’s challenges leave no option but to continue on the analogue front.

While describing digitalization as a compelling option, the President stated that the civil service is the fulcrum of governance and that a paradigm shift is required to make policy-making and governance seamless.

“It is in this regard that I am pleased to note that adopting the digitalisation of web processes in the public service is the gateway to efficient resource utilisation and national development, and it is apt and appropriate for this commemoration.

“The challenges we face today with governance leave no option to continue on the analog front. The task before us as a people and government are daunting, but the process of success is promising if we make the right choices. Digitalisation is a compelling choice, and we must take it.

“The expectations of the civil service this year are full; this is so because the expectations of this administration for the civil service are full. This is so because the civil service is the fulcrum for governance; our vision and mission are predicated on the instrumentation, policies, and programs to spur the National Economic multidimensional front.

“Many tough but needful policy and paradigm shifts will be in place to reposition governance for efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity. To match the expectations of this administration, the civil service must increase its reforms, set under the six pillars of the federal civil service strategy, and implementation plan 2021 to 2025 must be focused and attained, he said.

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