Minister asks workers to believe in Buhari’s vision

Mohammed described the information ministry as the lead ministry vested with the responsibility of driving the change vision.


The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, while meeting with staff of the ministry, asked them to believe in President Buhari’s change vision.

He said ''But in order to be able to drive change, we must first believe in it, own it and live it. This is because what you don't have, you can't give.''

The minister also said ''As you are all aware, the Buhari Administration has been working round the clock in its efforts to put our country back on a sound footing. The task will not be easy by any measure as things have really gone bad in all spheres of life.

''This is why I am using this occasion to appeal to you to ensure industrial peace and harmony, so as to provide the enabling environment for the efforts of the government to yield fruits. Without industrial peace, there can be no progress.”

Lai Mohammed was the spokesman of the All Peoples Congress (APC), before he was appointed as the Minister of Information and Culture.


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