The spokesperson of president Bola Ahmed Tinubu has disclosed the plans of the federal government to ease the pains caused by the fuel subsidy removal and other policies of the government.
Ngelale, speaking to ChannelsTV said the challenges faced by the country have been built for over a fifty year period, stating that there are no magic solutions for the challenges.
While pleading for patience from Nigerians, the president spokesperson said the president just like he did during his time as the governor of Lagos is preparing a master plan for the development of the nation.
When asked about the timeline for the end of the suffering currently faced by Nigerians, Ngelale stated that the government has a plan to crash the hike in energy sector with a eighteen-month project.
He added that the government also had plans to crash the hike in the transportation sector with a plan to construct a transit station in every state, noting that the buses will be running on CNG which will be sold at about one hundred and fifty to two hundred naira per litre as against the over six hundred naira per litre petrol is being sold.
Ngelale further stated that the government is planning a new minimum wage, which state governments have agreed because they now have more money due to the savings from the removal of fuel subsidy.