Tinubu considers tough decisions when he assumes duty

Indications have emerged that the President-elect, Bola Tinubu, will take tough decisions when he assumes duty in order to revive the ailing economy. Some of the decisions he is likely to take include the implementation of the Stephen Oronsaye panel’s report on the reform of the civil service and the removal of the controversial fuel subsidy, which has become a drain on resources, job cuts, introduction of higher taxes, privatisation of public corporations and the sale of some government assets. Sunday PUNCH gathered that Tinubu had been impressing on his loyalists the need to take certain decisions that might be

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