The President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan has stated that President Muhammadu Buhari’s government is striving to improve Nigeria.

Lawan made the statements in Kwara State, where he was attending the launch of Senator Sadiq Suleiman Umar’s 2022 Empowerment Programme, which he represents in Kwara North.

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The Senate President stated that infrastructure projects are underway in nearly every corner of the country, emphasizing that the states’ and federal governments’ collaboration is yielding excellent outcomes.

In his words: “Development of any nation is not about Federal government doing its beat. It is about Federal Government doing its own, working in partnership with the state government and even the local government and that is what we are doing.

“Every single project of Federal Government of Nigeria whether it is a constituency project or direct project from the Federal Government is to complement what the state government is doing and that partnership has been so purposeful that today in every corner, in every part of Nigeria, you have infrastructural development.

“The Federal Government of President Muhammadu Buhari is in a hurry. We are in a hurry to develop Nigeria.

“By 2023, Nigeria would have been turned into an infrastructural laboratory because in every part of Nigeria, from the east to the west to the north to the south, there is something going on.

“In the east, the Second Niger Bridge, today it is at 75 to 80 per cent completion level. For 20 years, those people, they will go there, do groundbreaking and disappear to the ground. Another person would come, do groundbreaking and disappear to the ground.

“President Muhammadu Buhari did only one groundbreaking and today, it is at 75 per cent completion level. That is what it is, in every part of Nigeria.

“So the synergy between our states and the Federal government is working. It is making Nigeria to develop the infrastructure that we need. We have never seen it done like this one by this administration,” Lawan said.

By Savage