Subsidy: Group commends Tinubu over palliative

By Victor Akinkuolie, Ado-Ekiti


A Pan-Yoruba socio-cultural organization, the Defense for Yoruba People’s Right (DYPR) has commended President Bola Tinubu-led Federal Government over its proposed plan to be given eight thousand naira monthly to each household across the country as palliative to cushion the effect the subsidy removal.

     The group who throw its weight behind the move, described it as a welcome development and a move in the  right direction at an appropriate time.

The group in a release made available to journalists in Ado-Ekiti Ado-Ekiti, signed by its National President, Otunba Muyideen Olamoyegun, described it as necessary in order to cushion the effect of the recent subsidy removal.

The Yoruba group who payed a glowing tribute to President Tinubu over the removal of the fuel subsidy, however, commended him on the planned palliative, expressed worried over what he called untold hardship the removal of the subsidy has brought to the people of the country.

The DYPR also admonished the governments at all levels as a matter of urgency to inaugurate a committee that would saddled with the responsibility of monitoring the activities of the petroleum marketers alleged to be indulging in many illicit acts aimed at shortchanging prospective members of the public.

The group also commended the Federal Government on several move geared towards making life more bearable for the people of the country since President Bola Tinubu came into power, he urged him not to be distracted in making more policy that would further better the life of the masses.

He expressed optimism that the present administration in the country under the leadership of President Bola Tinubu would transform the country better, urged the people of the country to continue in supporting his administration.

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