Akume tells Nigerians: Stop Crying Over Fuel Subsidy Removal, It’s a Blessing in Disguise

Akume tells Nigerians: Stop Crying Over Fuel Subsidy Removal, It's a Blessing in DisguiseAccording to punch news, addressing the National Executive Council of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in Abuja on Thursday, Akume appealed to Nigerians to trust the government’s decision, emphasizing that it is a necessary step towards economic growth and development.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

The SGF acknowledged that the policy may cause temporary hardship but assured that the government is working to mitigate its effects and ensure a smoother transition. He emphasized that the benefits of the policy will soon become apparent, urging citizens to be patient and supportive.

Akume’s statement comes as Nigerians continue to express concerns over the fuel subsidy removal, which has led to increased fuel prices and higher costs of living. While some have praised the government’s efforts to reform the economy, others have criticized the policy, citing its harsh impact on the masses.

The SGF’s call for understanding and patience may help alleviate some concerns, but it remains to be seen how Nigerians will respond to the government’s assurances. As the country navigates this economic transition, the government’s ability to effectively communicate and implement policies will be crucial in determining the outcome.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>