A Public Affairs Analyst, Henry Olonimoyo, says celebrating the hundred days in office of an administration might not amount to much if there are no effective periodic monitoring of progress made in making Nigerians’ lives better.
He made this known on Crest Fm’s Programme The Crest Breakfast Show, while assessing President Bola Tinubu’s first hundred days in office.
Olonimoyo faulted the lack of data and uncertainties that followed Tinubu’s decisions, especially the removal of fuel subsidy, where reports of unannounced subsidy payment has again emerged.
Also speaking, a legal expert, Ibukun Fasanmi, hailed the president for making bold decisions such as the removal of fuel subsidy, though lamented the methods of distributing palliatives to cushion the effect of the decision which he described as poor.
Fasanmi described Tinubu’s first one hundred days in office as quite eventful with the appointment of 45 ministers, the detention of erstwhile CBN Governor Godwin Emefiele and the Chairman of EFCC, Abdulrasheed Bawa as some of the highlights of his administration so far.
Credit: Crest FM