Campaign Promises: Buhari Must Deliver – TUC

Campaign Promises: Buhari Must Deliver – TUC

By Alex Uangbaoje

Against the backdrop and common believe by some political, economics and social commentators, that Nigerians should not expect any magic from incoming Buhari administration, the Trade Union Congress (TUC) has declared that Buhari and other elected leaders must deliver.

The TUC president Comrade Bobboi Kaigama made this declaration in a speech to the May day celebration delivered by Kaduna state TUC chairman Comrade Shehu Mohammed.

He emphasised that electorates cast their votes on the strength of those promises and that leaders must be held accountable for their words. Adding “Magic or no magic must deliver”.

“The things that some persons have termed ‘magic’ are actually settled, commonplace reality in many other nation as far as Europe and as close as Ghana”.

According to him nations like Singapore which had little or no resources succeeded in enhancing mass social welfare with well thought-out fiscal and monetary strategies that are people-oriented. Saying “there is no reason why such cannot be our portion here.

In their separate speeches, the Kaduna state TUC chairman Comrade Shehu Mohammed and his Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) Kaduna state counterpart, comrade Adamu Ango commended the Kaduna state outgoing governor, Alhaji Ramalan Yero for his noble feat in providing workers welfare despite the dwindling of crude oil price and shortfall in the nations revenue.

They however solicit for more support and cooperation of his government and that of the incoming government in reviving the Kaduna textile, New Nigerian Newspapers and other moribund companies in the state that could boost the growth and economic development of the people in the state.


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