President Muhammadu Buhari has further assured Nigerians that his administration would kick the ground running towards fulfilling all his campaign promises immediately the 2016 budget was passed into law by the National Assembly.
President Buhari, who spoke during the inauguration of projects across Ogun West and East senatorial districts of Ogun State yesterday, said the cornerstone of his administration would be employment generation.
The president was represented by the vice president, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, who commissioned road projects in Ayetoro in Yewa North; Sango in Ado-Odo/Ota and in Sagamu area of the state.
Buhari explained that the masses who voted for the new administration would not be allowed to suffer, adding that provisions were made for youths, traders and artisans in the budget.
He noted that the cornerstone of this administration was unemployment and job creation for the teeming youths.
The president added that government would train 500,000 volunteer teachers to boost education development in the country.
He said, “Our administration will fulfil its campaign promises with massive employment generation as the cornerstone.
“These promises will commence as soon as the 2016 budget is passed to law. We will train 500,000 volunteer teachers to boost the nation’s educational system.”
The president also vowed that the federal government would not spare anyone indicted for corruption and other corrupt practices.
Governor Ibikunle Amosun in his remarks said his administration would rehabilitate federal roads in the state for all round development.
The governor said, “Our government will not relent in its rebuilding mission by extending its all round development to all federal roads in the state, as well fixing all dilapidated roads.”