The acting president Yemi Osinbanjo In his Few days in power has shown Nigerians and Politicians what true leadership is. Osinbanjo has recently caught the attention of Many Nigerians with his recent unscheduled visits.
This is a list of the top 5 achievements of the Acting President Since he Came to Power About 38 days ago;
1 Infractructural Resuscitation
the Acting President has Approved N32 billion for the completion of the 50km dual carriage Kaduna Eastern bypass highway.he also approved $39.9 mollion for the construction of the cameroon boder link at ikot Efiem.
2. Signed 7 bills into law
On February 17, Professor Osinbajo signed seven bills into law. The bills were: Oaths (Amendment) Act 2017; Defence Space Administration Act 2017; Veterinary Surgeons (Amendment) Act 2017; and others
3 Visit To The Niger Delta States
Osinbajo visited Yenagoa, the Bayelsa state capital Between February 10 and 13. His visit was aimed at interacting with oil-producing communities in the Niger Delta region. He then went to Port Harcourt, Rivers state, to meet stakeholders of the oil producing communities. During the meeting, he rolled out the framework for the clean-up exercise of Ogoni land.
4 Unscheduled Visit And Inspection of The Lagos Airport
Osinbanjo’s visit to the Muritala Muhammed International Airport took the Workers Unawares. his paid an unscheduled visit to the Airport to inspect the Airport’s Facilities and interact with airport officials. less than 24 Hours after his Visit, the federal government announced the sack of 10 directors of the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA). Three new directors and a general manager were also appointed for the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria
5. Food Programme
On January 27, 2017 the acting president held a meeting with the executive director of the World Food Programme (WFP), Ms Ertharin Cousin. And on Friday, January 24, he promised that the Federal Government was planning urgent relief to poultry farmers in the country to save the industry from collapse. He also presided over the FEC meeting on February 1, during which the Presidential Task Force on Food Security was mandated to reduce prices of food items in the country