Tinubu vows to get Nigeria working again, “List 5 things he will do as President”

Ahmed Tinubu boasted that Nigeria needs him.  

Tinubu has Promised to get Nigeria working again.


Asiwaju Bola , the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and former Governor of Lagos State, has revealed five priorities if he is elected President in 2023.

Tinubu told party delegates in Katsina on Monday that he has everything it takes to be President of the country.

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He explained that, because of his extensive knowledge and experience, as well as his track record of success in governance, he possessed all of the necessary qualities to be considered a potential president of Nigeria.

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He went on to say that as president, he would;

  1. Bring Nigerians together and give them hope, regardless of tribe or religion.
  2. If elected president, I develop a new strategy and commit sufficient resources to combat banditry and other related crimes.
  3. Put an emphasis on economic development
  4. Make Education a priority
  5.  Infrastructure development to re-energize Nigeria.

“I have come to unite Nigeria, not to divide it; I have come to bring you hope, prosperity, happiness, employment, and stability,” he said.

Though people speak in different languages, the brotherhood will endure; you are my brother, and together we will overcome poverty.”

“Anyone who wants to run can do so, but not everyone can become president,” he said.

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Gov. Aminu Masari of Katsina State responded by saying that Nigeria needed a leader with experience in governance like Tinubu. He expressed his belief and confidence that Nigeria would overcome the challenges it faces in the near future.

Meanwhile, Former Nigerian President,  Goodluck Jonathan has rejected the 100million APC Presidential form bought for him by Fulani Herdsmen.

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