Come Up With Policies That Will Reduce Suffering – Anglican Bishop Tells Tinubu

The Bishop of the Diocese of Owo, Anglican Communion, Stephen Fagbemi, has advised the president-elect, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, to come up, as a matter of urgency, with policies that will alleviate the pains of Nigerians when his administration begins.

Fagbemi gave the advice on Thursday during the 40th-anniversary celebration of the diocese held at the Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew, Imola, Owo, headquarters of the Owo Local Council Area of Ondo State.

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The bishop said Nigerians have been subjected to agony and pains over the years, hence the need for people-oriented programmes and policies that revolve around education, security and infrastructure. He added that the basic needs of the people should be given the highest priority.

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He said, “Nigerians have been going through a lot of pain and agony. The president-elect must look at how to bring succour to the lives of Nigerians. We have gone through a lot, and the policies must be such that they can bring peace, hope, and comfort to the people.

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