A chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, Daniel Bwala, said that Nigerians expect deliverables from the government and not grammar.
Bwala, who was the spokesperson of the PDP Presidential Campaign Council for the 2023 elections, made the comment on Channels TV on Monday.
He said that President Bola Tinubu has spent 31.8 per cent of the total time that he has in office and all Nigerians are told is to be patient.
He inquired when the president would start to deliver, adding that he should not end up like the past government that pleaded with Nigerians to be patient and ended up doing little or nothing for eight years.
He said, “When people talk about being patient and waiting, you have to look at the time frame the public officer is expected to execute the work.
“The President has just been voted into a term of four years. He is eight months into the term which constitutes 31.8 percent of the total time that he has.
“He has less than 70 per cent time in government, when is that going to happen? When President Buhari took over in 2015 it was the same language and we patiently followed and he finished the first term and finished the second term.
“When there is a fundamental problem with policy, time is irrelevant, 30 years it will not work. Most of the economists I’ve listened to have faulted the President’s budget with which he was supposed to deliver the agenda flat-out…
“We want to see deliverables. Nigerians are tired of English, Mathematics, Economics, Science, and Technology. We want to see practical things.”