Frontline social critic and reformer, Pastor (Dr.) Moses Iloh, has commended the nation’s ruler, President Muhammadu Buhari, on the progressive trend of his administration, since his assumption of office.
He described the foregoing as a positive development which justifies the confidence of the electorate who had massively voted for him.
“I particularly commend his ongoing drive at ethico-moral revolution, accountability, equity and social justice, as epitomized in the ongoing investigation of the activities of suspected public office holders and the seizing of their diplomatic passports, aimed at stifling any possible attempt to evade justice,” said the General overseer, Soul Winning Chapel, Ebute-Metta, Lagos.
He noted that barely hundred days in office, the supply of electricity has witnessed a commendable sign of improvement.
“This indeed is unprecedented in the annals of governance of this country and for this, the president deserves every applause,” Iloh said.
He urged the president to pursue the task of uninterrupted power supply to the logical conclusion in view of the fact that effective and efficient electricity holds the ace for industrial revolution, foreign investment and full employment.
The frontline cleric and founder of the Eclectic Network, a socio-political pressure group, also enjoined the president to bring every effort to bear in ensuring that the local governments across the country work according to the constitution.
The local government as it is today, is marred in abysmal decay, due to the exploitation by the state, compounded by the brazen high level corruption by local government chairmen and officials.
He advised the president to put in place an institutional structure to monitor the affairs of the local governments, adding that if the local governments function as they ought to, less pressure would be on the states and the federal government.