Browsing: Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu

Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Nigeria’s president, is that kind of person, especially during the home run in the last presidential election. One week he was fighting off pretenders to the All Progressives Congress presidential ticket and the next he was fighting for his “health”.

While acknowledging that apart from the repair of refineries, the NLC identified other four issues as reasons why President Asiwaju’s Tinubu’s July 31 National Broadcast didn’t provide the solutions of the hardship Nigerians are facing, somehow, the NLC was more speaking like a political opposition to President Asiwaju Tinubu’s government.

The Governor in a statement by his Special Adviser on Media, Yinka Oyebode, on Monday also congratulated all Nigerians on the successful completion of the process of transition of power from one administration to another, adding that the seamless transition is an attestation to the growth of democratic culture in the country. 

An accountant by profession, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu emerged winner in Nigeria’s February presidential election. Whilst a litigation battle continues at the election tribunal, Tinubu is set to be sworn in as Nigeria’s new president on May 29, 2023. In addition to a battered economy, the incoming president faces a complex array of socio-economic issues that require immediate attention.

The President-elect, in a condolence message from his Media office and signed by Tunde Rahman, lamented the transition of Otunba Balogun, saying his death would create a vacuum that will be difficult to fill in the banking industry and among his Ijebu kinsmen, where he was a symbol of unity and traditional values and among christians in Nigeria.