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President Bola Tinubu offered assurance to Nigerians that despite the current challenges, better days lie ahead. Speaking during a meeting with Southwest Muslim leaders, Tinubu emphasized the need for sacrifice in the quest for Nigeria's restoration.

Receiving a delegation led by the President of the Ummah, Rasaki Oladejo, at the State House in Abuja, Tinubu defended the removal of fuel subsidy as a measure to prevent the collapse of Nigeria.

Tinubu stressed the importance of believing in the unity of the country and expressed confidence that Nigeria's economy would improve for the benefit of its citizens.

He noted, "It may look difficult; even rough, but it will get better. We avoided it (removing the petroleum subsidy) for 40 years. We are all going through the pain now, but for Nigeria not to collapse, we had to remove the subsidy."

Tinubu's words aimed to provide hope and resilience in the face of current hardships, emphasizing the belief in a brighter future for Nigeria.