April 18, 2024

Tinubu Inherited a Failed Economy, Working to Resolve Challenges – Senator Gbenga Daniel

 

By: Emmanuel Ibitoye

Senator Otunba Gbenga Daniel, representing Ogun East Senatorial District, has stated that the current economic hardships in Nigeria are a result of a failed economy inherited by President Bola Tinubu. During his ‘thank you tour’ of Ijebu Ode local government area, Daniel emphasized that President Tinubu is actively working to find solutions to the nation’s economic challenges.

Acknowledging the prevalent hunger in the country, Daniel urged Nigerians to show understanding and cooperate with the present administration’s efforts toward a more prosperous nation. As part of his commitment to addressing immediate needs, Daniel distributed over 12,000 food packs containing rice, beans, garri, and semovita during the event. Additionally, empowerment tools such as sewing machines, generators, and grinding machines were provided to the people.

Daniel assured the public that despite the current difficulties, there is a promising future, expressing confidence that the President’s efforts will lead to positive outcomes. He called for increased cooperation, stating that the President needs support more than ever, and reassured the community that improvements are on the horizon.

The senator highlighted his dedication to facilitating impactful projects that enhance the lives of Ogun East residents. Within his nine months in the senate, Daniel claimed to have secured over 2,000 employments for the youth in his district. He also announced upcoming projects, including the establishment of a Naval Base in Abigi, Ogun Waterside, and the launch of an Aviation School at Ilara Remo in Remo North, both scheduled to commence by the year’s end.

In addition to renovating schools, providing interest-free loans to traders, and supporting eye surgeries through a partnership with an Eye Foundation, Daniel pledged continuous support for the welfare of the senatorial district. The ongoing local government tour, set to be a monthly affair, aims to cover all nine local governments in the senatorial district.

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