By Mo Isa
President Bola Tinubu has boasted that his administration will fill the gaps being left by those who are seeking greener pastures abroad.
Tinubu stated this on Monday in Owerri, Imo State capital, during the second term inauguration of Governor Hope Uzodinma.
Recall that Nigeria is losing her strong hands daily to countries across the seas in terms of jobs, education and the like.
The President said the Federal Government in collaboration with sub-nationals will train more persons to fill the professional gap those that have relocated left in health, tech and other sectors.
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Addressing Imo state residents shortly after Uzodinma took the oath of office, Tinubu said the education of children and youths is a priority for the administration of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC.
He said: “You see the priority in industrialisation. Healthcare will receive more allocation and more attention. Don’t worry about what you are hearing about the Japa syndrome, we will train more people and we will supply them self.”
He further assured the people of the South East that, “The peace you are enjoying here will be better and we will work more to achieve that peace.”