A Nigerian State legislator, Mr. Fom Gwottson says the country has learned lessons from the coronavirus pandemic on the placement of priorities.
After the crisis, government will have no choice but to assess the country’s “value needs” and give “adequate attention to matters of ranking priority especially in healthcare delivery, security of life and property and education,” Gwottson said, Sunday in a press statement.
The member representing Jos South Constituency in the Plateau State House of Assembly believes Nigeria will grow to be better from the present travails.
“Economic activities are crumbled, life seems static, people are home, majority without foods and basic necessities of life.
“Life seems difficult and tough. But amidst this, there is still reassuring grace that we are all going to come out stronger,” he said.
“Our Lord Jesus paid the ultimate price for our salvation and emergence from the darkness of this world to his very marvelous light, said Gwottson, ” and this is the assurance of our hope,” he added.
As a representative of the people, Gwottson vowed to always push for improvements in governance for the benefit of State.
He however appealed to citizens to observe all approved guidelines for the control of the coronavirus disease to be safe from it.