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“We Must Not Rest Until Citizens’ Welfare Is Improved – Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo says

"We Must Not Rest Until Citizens’ Welfare Is Improved – Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo says has learned that the Vice President of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo has reassured Nigerians of the Govt. commitment to ensuring that the nation overcome the problems it’s currently facing and also realise it’s God given potentials.

He disclosed this during a meeting with former Ogun State governor alongside several others.

According to the Vice President,

“I am very hopeful that this country will truly realise its potentials and I believe that all of us working together can make that happen. If the progressive ideas are put forward and we focus, then this country indeed will work.

“The country is ours, we should make it happen, there will be many challenges but I think that we must be prepared to face it until progressive views of improved welfare for the citizens that we represent, eventually prevail.”

The Vice President noted that “the best way out of where we are today is to have a massive plan for investment because that is really how to create opportunities for jobs, which is what we are hoping to achieve with the Economic Sustainability Plan, creating opportunities through the solar investments with 5 million connections, the Farms for Jobs Project and the Social Housing Scheme.”

Meanwhile the former governor of Ogun State, Otunba Gbenga Daniel, while acknowledging the vice President described him as a man full of “intelligent, hardworking, articulate” and a very proud son of the Southwest region.

He added;

“we want to let you know that you are appreciated, we are proud of you and the work that you are doing, we know it is not an easy job. We also want to let you know that we want to join you in nation-building, if there is anything, any assignment you want us to undertake, we are at your service, that is why we are here.”

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