President Bola Tinubu has again appealed to Nigerians to bear the current pains caused by the removal of petroleum subsidy, saying the hardship of today will give way to a better tomorrow.
The President said this in Abuja at the public presentation of the autobiography of the elder statesman, Edwin Clark.
Represented by the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, George Akume, Tinubu urged Nigerians to be patient saying the palliatives being rolled out by the Federal Government would soon cushion the effects of the hardship being felt by Nigerians nationwide.
He said Solutions to problems can never be as instant as coffee, stressing that the pains of today is for a better tomorrow.
In what appeared a commendation for Tinubu over his recent ministerial appointments, Akume said settling for Dave Umahi as Minister for Works was an indication that the President is a rewarder of those who work diligently in service to their people.
Meanwhile former Head of State, Yakubu Gowon, and ex-President Goodluck Jonathan were some of the eminent Nigerians who spoke in glowing terms about Clark at the book event.