The regime of President Muhammadu Buhari has promised that the second tenure of his government will specifically focus on education and health service delivery to every citizen in the country, he established this fact during the commissioning of health service by a non-governmental organisation, Tulsi Chanrai Foundation Eye Hospital at Abuja which Buhari was the special guest of honor.
Although the primary aims of the administration after the swearing-in program on May 25th is to focus on education, poverty alleviation and improved health service.
After the landmark event in Abuja on Saturday, July 13, 2019, the president tweeted through his official twitter account to corroborate the statement made earlier in the event.
The tweet reads
“Yesterday I commissioned the Tulsi Chanrai Foundation Eye Hospital, in Abuja. The Chanrai family have through their Foundation contributed so generously to the health and wellbeing of the Nigerian people. We will continue to welcome & support similar philanthropic interventions.”
“Health and education will be a priority for our administration, over the next four years, relative to the resources available. To achieve our goals we will continue to work out ways of collaborating with the private sector. The Government needs all the support we can get.”
The president urged the citizens to collaborate with them in achieving all the set agenda to move Nigeria to the next level of development which they have promised.