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Boroh Hails Buhari’s Administration, Urges Workers Support

The Coordinator, Presidential Amnesty Programme, Brig-Gen. Paul Boroh (Rtd) says President Muhammadu Buhari had good intentions toward Nigerians, and urged workers to support his administration’s developmental policies.

Boroh said this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Abuja, ahead of the May 1, Labour Day celebration.

He said worker’s Day was an opportunity to acknowledge the contributions of working men and women who were the indispensable pillars of the country.

The coordinator urged all workers, and all Nigerians to use the Day to reflect on how best to strengthen the Nation’s economy and good work ethics collectively.

“I am advising Nigerians to give President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration the necessary support to realise its economic policies and ideas.

“The President has launched the Nigeria Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP) with a charge that Nigeria must produce what it needs and rely less on imports in order to revive the country’s economic status and pull out of recession,’’ he said.

According to the Presidential aide, the planned economic stimulus will go a long way in improving the nation’s economy.

Boroh said that the Federal Government’s effort on security was paying off, adding that the anti-corruption war was also on course.

“Our business is to ensure that every day, we put in our best because if you take care of small things, big things will take care of themselves.

“We must see ourselves as a very vital part of the valid change in this country.

“I am quite encouraged by the dedication and patriotism of the President because this is the president that has no single agenda apart from Nigeria.’’


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