Uche Nwosu, former Chief of Staff in Imo state, has commended President Bola Tinubu, for reshuffling the Service Chiefs.
This is contained in a statement signed by him in Abuja following the announcement of their replacement.
The statement says the decision of the President shows that he understood the peculiar challenges facing the country.
“Since assuming office, President Tinubu has demonstrated by the Bills he signed into law, and by the appointments and pronouncements he made that his administration is one where the leader understands the peculiar challenges facing the country” Nwosu stresses
It adds that Mr President in his drive for holistic national repositioning delved into the education sector where the recent education loan scheme act will provide Nigerians with opportunities to pursue their academic goals, regardless of their social or economic background.
According to the statement, the electricity distribution bill that President Tinubu also signed into law brings to an end the belated controversy on electricity distribution that has slowed the wheel of the nation’s march towards industrialization.
It states that the appointment of Service Chiefs will ensure the security of lives and properties, to defend and enforce Nigeria’s sovereignty.
“The latest hallmark of the administration is the appointment of Service Chiefs to ensure the security of lives and properties, and to defend and enforce Nigeria’s sovereignty” he adds.
“By selecting fine and well decorated officers from all regions of the country to man our security outfits, Mr President has demonstrated his deep understanding of the country, its people, as well as showing his unflinching commitment to one Nation bound in love and unity, where tribe, tongue and religion does not matter.
The statement therefore urges the new Service Chiefs to deliver on their mandate and restore the country to its former glory where lives are sacred and investment, economic opportunities and political stability flourishes.”