Thursday, May 25, 2017
Federal Govt Declares Monday Public Holiday
The Federal Government has declared Monday, 29th May, 2017 as Public Holiday to celebrate the 2017 Democracy Day.
Making the declaration on behalf of the Federal Government on Thursday, the Minister of Interior Abdulrahman Bello Dambazau congratulated Nigerians for witnessing yet another Democracy Day, which marks the Second Year Anniversary of President Muhammadu Buhari’s Government.
Dambazau in a statement signed by the Director Overseeing the Office of the Permanent Secretary (DOOPS) Alhaji Muhammadu Maccido assured Nigerians of the government’s continued efforts towards guaranteeing security, revitalizing the economy and tackling corruption, which are the three main focused areas of the current administration.
He said while a lot had been achieved in the area of security, particularly in the northeast, and in tackling corruption, recent statistics released by the National Bureau of Statistics have shown tremendous improvement of the country’s GDP.
“No doubt, the nation is closer to getting out of recession, particularly with the recently launched Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP), which seeks to revitalize the nation’s economy soonest”, Dambazau said.
“With the recently signed Executive Orders on Ease of Doing Business, we have opened our doors wider for both domestic and foreign investors.”
The Minister enjoined all to join hands with the Government of President Buhari in his sustained efforts in building a peaceful and enduring democratic legacy.
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