Improving education, health, welfare of Nigerians keeps me up at night – President Tinubu

President Tinubu has reassured Nigerians that his administration is fully committed to improving the educational and health welfare of Nigerians, saying it keeps him up every day and night.

Tinubu made this known while speaking in a national broadcast he delivered on Monday evening. He said, “Fellow Nigerians, I made a solemn pledge to work for you. How to improve your welfare and living condition is of paramount importance to me and it’s the only thing that keeps me up day and night.”

On his plans to improve the decaying healthcare and educational infrastructure, President Tinubu said his administration would make education affordable by providing loans to higher institutions and students who need them. He assured that no student will have to abandon his or her education because of lack of money.

Tinubu said, “For example, we shall fulfill our promise to make education more affordable to all and provide loans to higher education students who may need them. No Nigerian student will have to abandon his or her education because of lack of money. “Our commitment is to promote the greatest good for the greatest number of our people. On this principle, we shall never falter.”

The President further stated, “It is in the light of this that I approved the Infrastructure Support Fund for the States. This new Infrastructure Fund will enable States to intervene and invest in critical areas and bring relief to many of the pain points as well as revamp our decaying healthcare and educational Infrastructure.

The fund will also bring improvements to rural access roads to ease evacuation of farm produce to markets. With the fund, our states will become more competitive and on a stronger financial footing to deliver economic prosperity to Nigerians.”


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