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Open letter: President Tinubu, people are suffering

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Dear President Tinubu,
I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing to bring to your attention the pressing issues of high cost of living and persistent insecurity that are affecting the lives of many Nigerians. These issues require urgent attention and action to prevent them from escalating further.
The high cost of living is placing a heavy burden on the citizens, making it difficult for many to afford basic necessities such as food, healthcare, and education. The rising prices of goods and services are squeezing the already limited budgets of families, leading to increased hardship and poverty levels. This situation is unsustainable and demands immediate intervention to alleviate the suffering of the people.
In addition to the economic challenges, the persistent insecurity across the country is a grave concern. The spate of kidnappings, banditry, and attacks by insurgent groups has created a climate of fear and uncertainty. Citizens are living in constant fear for their safety and the safety of their loved ones.
Mr. President, the security and welfare of the people are paramount responsibilities of any government, as enshrined in Section 14 subsection 2b of the Nigerian Constitution. It is imperative that your administration prioritizes these issues and takes concrete steps to address them effectively. This may include deploying adequate security forces to troubled areas, implementing comprehensive economic reforms to tackle inflation and unemployment, and enhancing social welfare programs to support vulnerable populations.
I urge you to consider these urgent matters with the utmost seriousness and to take decisive actions that will restore confidence in the government and improve the lives of Nigerians.

Time is of the essence, and delaying action on these critical issues will only exacerbate the suffering of the people and further undermine the stability of our nation.
Thank you for your attention to this important matter.

I look forward to seeing positive changes that will bring relief to the Nigerian people.

Yours sincerely,
Sadiq Muhammed

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