The Minister of State, Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo, has said that there are records that President Muhammadu's administration has created which he is very proud of. He said that when the right time comes, they will put on the table the achievements of President Buhari for all Nigerians to see.
He said that some of the things he is very proud of about this administration are the infrastructural records it has created. He said that with paucity of funds and low earnings in oil, the government has achieved infrastructural developments that hardly any government in the history of Nigeria would have achieved with the type of funds the country has now. He said that between now and the end of the present administration, what they will be doing is to commission the projects they have built.
He said that the Second Niger Bridge that was left abandoned by past administrations will be commissioned before Buhari leaves office. He said this when he appeared on Politics Today on Channels Television on Friday evening.
He said - "The Second Niger Bridge that was virtually a drawing in the 16 years of PDP, that they earned so much that they could not even put one metal on the ground, we are going to commission that project for our lovely brothers in the East."
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Speaking further, he said that he is also proud of the fact that the government has almost achieved food sufficiency, and that all the importation of essential foodstuffs, like rice and others, has been stopped.
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