President Bola Tinubu has listed five major promises to all Nigerians which he intend to fulfill within the next six months.
Premium Politics reported that Tinubu who replaces Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), was sworn in at the Eagles Square in Abuja, by the Chief Justice of the Federation, Justice Olukayode Ariwoola.
While delivering his inauguration speech, Tinubu highlighted five promises which he intend to execute within the first six months of his led administration.
The first is to dedicate removed subsidy funds to drive infrastructural, agricultural and social welfare programmes.
He also stated that his led administration will fully implement the petroleum industry act and other oil gas policies which will attract investment within six months.
Furthermore, he assured Nigerians that he will reserve at least 20% of political appointments to ministries, departments and agencies to people under 40 years.
And lastly, he promised to reserve at least three cabinet positions for people under the age of 40 and six for members under the age of 50 years.