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Bola Tinubu Vow Unshakeable Commitment To Restore Nigeria’s Economic

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Bola Tinubu, the next president, has declared his unshakeable commitment to upholding his pledges to restore Nigeria’s economic trajectory despite obstacles like corruption, poverty, and inconsistent policies.

Speaking on Sunday night at the Presidential Transition Council’s (PTC) Inauguration Dinner/Gala Night at the State House Conference Centre in Abuja, Tinubu emphasized that his government will not employ justifications for any possible blunders.

Tinubu emphasized the important lessons that Nigeria’s democracy has given Africa and the rest of the globe when addressing the group of invited Heads of State from across the world.
He lauded Nigerians for their tenacity, tenacity, courage, and togetherness in diversity and promised that his administration will build on those virtues.

Additionally, Tinubu joked that even once President Muhammadu Buhari returns to his homeland, he will always be reachable if necessary.

“This is a nation that has weathered many difficulties but has never fallen. We are still one despite our disparities in tribes and dialects.

“We realize the need to address the problems that beset us, such as poverty, inconsistent policies, and corruption. I don’t want sympathy, though; I volunteered for this position and ran for it. I can tell you that I will carry out my duties without using any justifications, Tinubu added.

In his parting speech, outgoing President Muhammadu Buhari praised the smooth electoral process that gave the Nigerian people their power back and thanked the distinguished guests for honoring Nigeria with their attendance.

I applaud my fellow Nigerians for understanding the impact of their ballots. The calm of my livestock and sheep, which are far simpler to handle than my own compatriots, await my return to my village, Buhari added.

Aisha Buhari, the First Lady, released the book “Renewed Hope, Greater Together” with Tinubu, Remi Tinubu, the First Lady-elect, and Kashim Shettima and his wife.

Several notable world leaders, including the Presidents of South Africa, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Burundi, Liberia, Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Central African Republic, Gabon, as well as the Prime Minister of Morocco, the Vice President of Venezuela, and many others, were present at the grand event that the outgoing vice president Yemi Osinbajo attended.

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