Worried by the suffering Nigerians are presently experiencing, a Muslim leader, Alhaji Mohammed Adamu, wednesday advised the federal government to fast-track actions on policies and programmes that would revive the nation’s economy.

Fielding questions from journalists at the end of the Eid-el-Fitr prayers marking the end of Ramadan in the country, Adamu expressed concern that Nigerians, irrespective of tribe and religion, were now going through difficult times.

The cleric who is the Chief Imam of Uyo Central Mosque, Akwa Ibom State, acknowledged the policies and programmes of government so far being prosecuted but insisted that they must be translated into better living condition for citizens.

The spiritual leader said: “We are experiencing hardship in the country so we have prayed to Almighty Allah to bring sucour to all of us.