Yahaya stated this in Gombe while inaugurating phase two of the state’s palliative distribution to residents of the state.
He stated that President Bola Tinubu, in collaboration with the state governors, was intensifying efforts to ensure an end to the hardship caused by the removal of subsidy on petrol.
He said a lot of investments were being made aimed at moving Nigerians out of the present economic hardship they were facing.
“It is our prayer that this thing (hardship) will be over by the grace of God and with the determination of Mr President and governors, we are going to ensure that Nigeria gets stable.
“We are going to move as fast as we can to end the hardship caused by the subsidy removal.
“The principal reason for the hardship is the withdrawal of fuel subsidy but as of today, the Port Harcourt refinery is resuming production.
“Soon we will have our locally refined petroleum product getting to the people and there is no reason why such products that are made locally will cost as much as what it is costing the people now,” he said.
The Governor commended residents of the state and Nigerians for their patience since the removal of subsidy while assuring them of better days ahead.