Ugwumba Commends Tinubu Over Appointment of Service Chiefs

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has received commendation over his recent appointment of service chiefs.

The former Chief of Staff to the Imo State Governor and President of Ugwumba Leadership Center for Africa, Uche Nwosu, gave the commendation, in a statement, Tuesday and stressed that the President has demonstrated nationalism through his actions.

 Nwosu noted that Tinubu has the nation at heart and was committed to solving Its numerous challenges.

The statement revealed that Tinubu has exemplified nationalism through his dedication in signing bills into law, which includes, the student loan bill, electricity distribution bill and yesterday’s appointment of Service Chiefs.

The statement read: “The recent reshuffling of Service Chiefs by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, is commendable.

“Since assuming office, President Tinubu has demonstrated by the Bills he signed into law, and by the appointments and pronouncements he made that his administration is one where the leader understands the peculiar challenges facing the country.

“Mr President in his drive for holistic national repositioning delved into the education sector where the recent education loan scheme act would provide Nigerians with opportunities to pursue their academic goals, regardless of their social or economic background.

“Recall the electricity distribution bill that President Tinubu also signed into law, thereby bringing to an end, the belated controversy on electricity distribution that has slowed the wheel of the nation’s march towards industrialization.

“The latest hallmark of the administration is the appointment of Service Chiefs to ensure the security of lives and properties and to defend and enforce Nigeria’s sovereignty.

“By selecting fine and well-decorated officers from all regions of the country to man our security outfits, Mr. President has demonstrated his deep understanding of the country, it’s people, as well as showing his unflinching commitment to one Nation bound in love and unity, where tribe, tongue and religion do not matter.

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