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Hardship: Nasarawa priest urges Tinubu to make people-oriented policies


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The Parish Priest of St. Kizito’s Catholic Church in Nasarawa, Nasarawa State, Rev. Fr. Lawrence Soja-Anyembugu, has called on the State and Federal Governments to create more policies and projects that can reduce the hardship in Nigeria.

During a session with newsmen in Akwanga on Wednesday, Fr. Soja-Anyembugu praised President Bola Tinubu for his focus on infrastructure development but stressed the need for more actions to combat hardship and hunger in the country.

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“The president is doing well to fix the nation’s economy but a lot needs to be done to improve the standard of living of Nigerians,” he said. “People are suffering. I want to appeal to the leaders at all levels to embark on people-oriented projects that will tackle hardship in the country.”

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He also commended Governor Abdullahi Sule for his efforts in job creation and infrastructure development.

The priest encouraged Nigerians to support and pray for their leaders at all levels. “I want to call on Nigerians to also pray for our leaders at both the Federal, State and Local Government levels. With prayers, everything is possible,” he said.

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Fr. Soja-Anyembugu advised the residents of the state and all Nigerians to live peacefully and tolerate each other, regardless of their political affiliations.