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Tinubu making right decisions, says Ben Bruce

FORMER Senator Ben Murray-Bruce of Bayelsa East believes President Bola Tinubu is making “the right decisions.”

The ex-lawmaker has asked Nigerians to watch out for Tinubu’s administration.

“President Bola Tinubu is making the right decisions.” He built Lagos into Africa’s sixth largest economy, and now he is in control of the continent’s largest economy. “Watch out,” Murray-Bruce stated on Twitter.

Following his election triumph, Tinubu reiterated his commitment to making Nigeria a better place.

The president declared the end of the petrol subsidy regime in his inaugural speech, adding that his administration will unify the foreign exchange markets.

The removal of the fuel subsidy resulted in an increase in the product’s pump price across the country.

As a result, organized labor requested that workers go on strike, but the strike was called off after discussions with the federal government delegation.

Following Tinubu’s intervention, the Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU) likewise suspended its strike.

The president also stepped in to settle a dispute between the DSS and the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

Earlier reports reveal that DSS agents barred EFCC employees from entering their Ikoyi office in Lagos state.

Tinubu had directed the DSS to leave the EFCC premises immediately, stating that the agencies will settle their differences amicably.

Tinubu has also signed the bill establishing a standard retirement age for judicial personnel on Thursday.

The measure raises the retirement age for Supreme Court justices and others from 65 to 70 years.

The president also signed the electricity bill into law, granting states, businesses, and individuals the ability to generate, transmit, and distribute electricity.

Tinubu stated that power devolution is his administration’s “contribution to developmental projects.”

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