President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed that his government would continue to take tough decisions.
Speaking at the 28th Convocation Ceremony of the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Buhari explained that his resolution was aimed at creating a better future for the youths.
Represented by the Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC), Professor Abubakar Adamu Rasheed, Buhari stated that most of the tough decisions so far taken by his administration were for the development of Nigeria, The Nation reports.
He urged Nigerians need to embrace the idea of making tough decisions if they want to move forward.
“My administration is taking some tough decisions today in order to create a good and better tomorrow for the youths.
“We will continue to wage war against corruption and impunity until we succeed in creating a prosperous economy,” he said.
Buhari also declared that his administration had employed over seven million Nigerians through its N-Power scheme and disbursed loans to 259,451 individuals.
“Our achievements in government are visible enough for all to see, feel and touch throughout the country. We are also committed to delivering its promises to improving security, creating job opportunities and eliminating corruption,” he added.