Mixed Feelings Trail  Tinubu’s First Hundred Days In Office


LAGOS SEPTEMBER 21ST (NEWSRANGERS)-As President Bola Ahmed Tinubu marked his first 100 days in office recently, some residents of Abuja who spoke to Economy on the Street have expressed different opinions on the performance of the President so far.

While some them criticised his leadership and accused him of bringing suffering and hunger to their doorsteps, some said his economic policies are better for the country in the long run.

Some however submitted that after 100 days in office, it is too early to judge whether an administration is good or not, adding that the earliest time one should judge is after a year.

The first respondent our crew encountered described the first 100 days of the President as “100 days of suffering,” attributing the hardship to an increase in fuel price that has ripple effects on the price of every other commodity in the market. The burden on the poor masses, he lamented, had become heavier.

Another passerby who sought anonymity praised the President’s appointment of former Rivers State governor, Nyesom Wike, as Minister of the FCT. He mentioned noticeable improvements in the cleanliness of the FCT and the enhanced adherence to traffic rules among motorists. To him, the first hundred days of the President has shown signs of a better future for the country.

However, a local trader had a different perspective. He asserted that life had become tougher since President Tinubu’s administration began, echoing the sentiments of many who feel the weight of the economic challenges.

A seemingly angry woman among the respondents implored the President to listen directly to the poor masses and stop punishing Nigerians with wicked policies. She criticised those advising him, saying: “They don’t have problems and they don’t care about us.” She urged President Tinubu to connect with the ordinary citizens who can provide credible insights into the difficulties they are facing.

The struggle to make ends meet was a recurring theme as another concerned mother who declined to mention her name voiced her concern, highlighting the soaring cost of education materials.

“Nigerians are really suffering,” she said, citing the skyrocketing prices of basic necessities like school notebooks, which are now over 2000 Naira.

A young lady however found solace in the President’s ministerial appointments. She also commended the FCT Minister for initiating visible improvements in infrastructure in the city.

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