A group of youths under the name, ‘Muslim Students Society of Nigeria (MSS)’, have urged the President of the nation, Buhari, to build infrastructure that will help in the development and enhancement of the people’s quality of life.
The group addressed newsmen on Monday in Lagos, saying the current economic situation in the country screamed for concern, and that citizens of Nigeria, were more interested in seeing a governance system that positively transforms their society within the shortest time interval.
Saheed Ashafa, President of the Lagos sector, spoke on the forthcoming grand finale of biennial Qu’ran memorisation competition, saying:
“Although President Muhammadu Buhari’s integrity and honesty are not doubtful, many factors are obviously working against him.
“Part of which is the defective structure he met on ground. On his part, the President should consider restructuring his team. Fighting corruption is commendable but will be more appreciated if it is complemented with infrastructural development. Nigerians are more interested in seeing a governance system that positively transforms their society within the shortest time interval. The ‘Change’ slogan should be coded in valued of direction.
“Regardless of the structure and challenged faces by the country and the inherited liabilities in all forms, we appeal to President Muhammadu Buahri not to leave Nigeria divided than he met it; not to let things get worse under his administration. He must leave outstanding legacies and intervene in critical areas such a education and difficulty experience in paying salaries by some state governors.”