A House of Representatives member elected on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Dan Amos, has assured Nigerians that there is hope under the Bola Tinubu administration.
According to Amos, some of the steps already taken by Tinubu’s administration, shows that he will make Nigeria great.
According to the lawmaker, the steps taken so far by the President to revamp the economy were enough indication that the country was back on track.
Amos, who represents Jema’a/Sanga Federal Constituency of Kaduna State at the National Assembly, urged Nigerians to support President Tinubu’s in his quest to make Nigeria great again.
“There’s hope for our dear nation under President Tinubu, the president has settled down well. Nigeria will be great again,” Amos said.
Speaking on the sidelines of a meeting with PDP stakeholders from his constituency in Kafanchan added that there is hope that Tinubu will be president for everyone.
Specifically, he noted that the average Southern Kaduna man is grateful to the president because he has given them the number one military officer in the country.
“The Chief of Defence Staff is one of us and it shows that Mr President means well for Southern Kaduna people,” he said.
Amos, also the chairman of the House Committee on Services, assured that the 10th Assembly would ensure that Nigerians got the good governance they deserved.
“I want to assure all Nigerians that the 10th Assembly is committed to enacting laws that have a direct bearing on the masses.
“Already, we have moved motions and passed bills that will help stabilise the country and put food on the tables of ordinary Nigerians,” he said.
He also said that the federal government plans to establish three Federal Technical Colleges in Kaduna, one of which would be cited in his constituency.
“It’s a special project with special funding, so it’s not waiting for any budget. Each of the colleges will have a kickoff grant of N1 billion.
“The college in my constituency will be called Federal Technical College, Kogom Dutse.
“There will be classrooms, workshops and laboratories and work on the project will likely begin next January,” he added.