The Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions (NASU) has told President Bola Tinubu to frame his policies in a manner that will yield immediate results for the masses experiencing hardship.
Dailytrust reported that some of the policies introduced by the Tinubu-led government have led to hardship, especially the removal of petrol subsidy, which tripled the pump price of fuel.
The president, despite the hardship faced by Nigerians has repeatedly told Nigerians that there were brighter days ahead, likening the current situation to pains of a woman in labour.
Speaking in Ilọrin, Kwara State capital, on Monday, NASU General Secretary, Prince Peters Adeyemi, said there was a need to find an immediate solution to the hardship in the land.
According to him, the president has good intentions and policies, but noted that the policies are not what the masses are going to eat.