Tinubu Promises to carry on Buhari’s Legacy

The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu, has promises to carry on President Muhammadu Buhari’s legacy If elected president of Nigeria in 2023, 

Speaking to attendees at the third Ministerial Performance Review Retreat, which is taking place at the State House, Tinubu declared that as president, he would not give in until there were no longer any terrorists in the nation.

If elected, Tinubu pledged to work in the spirit of unity and the national purpose that guided the party’s formation. He also pledged to give the President’s efforts and legacies the respect they deserve.

According to Tinubu, his government will be committed to continuity, especially with regard to initiatives that will increase prosperity for the populace. His guiding principle will provide the best possible examples of progressive governance and reform the country.

He continued by saying that these three commitments would advance the Buhari administration’s nine key sectors.

Buhari is anticipated to sign the Executive Order on strengthening performance management, coordination, and implementation of Presidential goals of the Federal Government and attend the closing ceremony later.

In a related development, Tinubu has asked his Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) counterpart Atiku Abubakar to step down and endorse him (Tinubu) for the presidential race. 

When Atiku ran for president in 2007 as a candidate for the now-defunct Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN), Tinubu requested him to “return the gesture” by endorsing him.

On Monday, Tinubu participated in an interactive session while hosting a meeting with leaders from the nation’s north under the auspices of the Arewa Joint Committee.

Ahead of the general elections in 2023, the meeting was a part of a larger interaction with a few presidential hopefuls.

Two days prior to Tinubu’s appearance, his PDP competitor had a comparable conversation with the northern leaders. A coalition of six Northern organisations, including the Arewa Consultative Forum, Sir Ahmadu Bello Memorial Foundation, Northern Elders Forum, and Jamar Matan Arewa, among others, organised the interactive session that took place in the Arewa House in Kaduna.

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