President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has reiterated his commitment to fix the country’s failing economy.
He also said he would do everything in his capacity not to disappoint the Nigerian populace.
Tinubu made this known when members of the Tinubu Support Organisation, TSO, paid him a solidarity visit to the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
This was contained in a statement signed by Chief Frank Ebere-Njoku, National Spokesperson of the group issued on Monday, NAN reports.
Tinubu further commended the group for their support in the build-up to the election that brought him in as president, noting that Nigeria is on course to bounce back from its path of recovery.
The president expressed optimism that his cabinet members have what it takes to put the economy back on track.
“I have, at this point, assembled ministers to work toward achieving my goal of a progressive Nigeria.
“I am sure that they are capable of delivering on their primary assignment of rebuilding the Nigerian economy because I will remove anyone who fails because I want results,” he said.
He continued that his administration would operate an open-door policy pledged, where everyone stands equal opportunity to serve, especially those who worked for him.
“I will always reward loyalty, excellence, and hard work,” he said.