Nigerians Should Begin To See Change They Voted For- Maitama Sule

Maitama-SuleNigeria’s former Permanent Representative to the United Nations and elder statesman, Dr. Yusuf Maitama Sule, has said it is high time Nigerians began to see and feel the positive impact of the change they voted for a year ago.
Sule stated this in Kano on Friday while speaking at a town hall meeting organized by the Federal Ministry of Information and held at the Coronation Hall, Kano State Government House.
The acclaimed orator also called on President Muhammadu Buhari to spend the looted money his administration recovered from various public office holders under the immediate past administration on revitalization of health and education sectors.
“Our schools were dilapidated, our roads were in a sorry state and we have no drugs and other hospital equipment in our hospitals. Use the recovered looted funds to improve services in our hospitals and schools as well as to fix our roads”, he said.
The Danmasain Kano, who stressed that Nigerians have started feeling the positive impact of the Buhari administration in the areas of security and the fight against corruption, commended the present administration’s effort in recovering looted funds.
Mr. Sule, however, urged Nigerians to be patience with the present administration, saying it was up and doing to fix the country.
“Buhari came into power to heal the wounds Nigeria was battling with for many years and there is no way he can heal the wounds without feeling some pains. Nigerians must feel some pains for the time being but when the wounds healed they will enjoy the remedy”, he said.
The elder statesman noted that Nigerians prayed hard for change and now that it has come, they should continue to pray for President Buhari and his team to fix the country.
According to Sule, the president is in dire need of prayers for him to deliver the country even as he expressed optimism that Buhari will never let the country and its people down.

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