Primate Elijah Ayodele of the INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church demanded President Bayo Adelabu’s dismissal on Tuesday for failing to resolve Nigeria’s power outages.

In his role, he claimed Adelabu had done little to improve the country’s predicament.

Ayodele stated, through his media aide Osho Oluwatosin, that the public will feel less of the effects of economic hardship if there is a reliable supply of energy.

If Tinubu is serious about reforming the power sector, he should remove Bayo Adelabu from his position as minister of power.

Since nothing is happening there, a state of emergency ought to be declared. He assured them that the inconvenience would be minimal if power is available.

He said that President Tinubu should raise the wages of police and troops before implementing state policing if he wants it to be effective.

Prior to implementing state policing, it would be wise to raise salaries for our soldiers and police officers. He emphasized the importance of following protocol to ensure the success of the effort, calling it a good and much-needed step for the country.

Primate Ayodele called on all 50 states to lend a hand to the federal government by bolstering agriculture nationwide.

If we can end world hunger, he said, the federal government will have a lot less work to do.

Finding strategies for each state to assist the federal government in bolstering agriculture on a national level should be a top priority. We must find a solution to the problem of hunger before money destroys us. “The people should be adequately supported by the resources we have in every state,” he added.

The complete inventory of commissions, agencies, and parastatals that will be abolished, combined, moved, or absorbed
During Monday’s meeting of the Federal Executive Council (FEC), the Nigerian government decided to abolish a number of commissions and agencies.

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