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25-Apr-2016  
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President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday appealed to Nigerians to be patient with his government, stressing that change sometimes comes with pains.

Buhari in a series of tweets released on his official Twitter handle, @NGRPresident, said change was “work in progress”.

The tweet reads, “President Buhari remains committed to positively changing the life of Nigerians; making it better than he met it.

“Change is a process. It does not happen overnight. It can be inconvenient; it sometimes comes with pain. This Change is work-in-progress.

“One highlight of the change agenda as the N500bn social investment programme, which will pay N5,000 monthly to the poorest, most vulnerable Nigerians.

“The programme is designed to recognize the need for ordinary, poor Nigerians to also benefit from the resources of their country.

“Also as part of the Social Investment Prog, 500,000 unemployed graduates will be directly employed as volunteer teachers to be paid by the FG.

“Also budgeted for a micro-credit scheme that will benefit one million traders, artisans, etc, and will be managed by @BOINigeria.

“President Buhari has ordered the release of 10,000 tons of grain from the National Strategic Grains Reserve, to check food price increases

“PMB has also asked the Agric Minister to ensure that all able-bodied men & women in IDP camps are assisted to return to farming immediately.

“These are part of measures by the Federal Government to ease the hardship associated with food inflation across the country.”
 
 
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