Tinubu Promises to Uphold Nigerians’ Trust
The president-elect, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu says he will not squander his mandate as the nation’s next president because he spent his life perfecting the dream.
This was contained in his 71st Birthday Message to Nigerians. Tinubu who vowed not to disappoint Nigerians when it mattered most prayed that “growth, hope, peace and compassion stand proudly and ring loudly throughout the land.” He also prayed to God to help Nigerians “find the right way and the good courage to turn our beloved country into a strong, just and prosperous home for all.
Tinubu appreciated Nigerians for their kind words on the occasion of his birthday and appreciated God for the opportunities and doors he has opened to him throughout his life.
Tinubu’s election win the greatest birthday gift
Asiwaju said Nigerians gave him the greatest birthday gift by giving him a chance to lead and fulfil his destiny. He reiterated his commitment to “the great and important task of rebuilding our nation and renewing the hope of the Nigerian people.”
The former Lagos governor noted that his campaign “promises were not mere words, professed glibly or cynically to win support.” He stressed that those promises “represent a bond that binds me to the task of creating a better Nigeria for the benefit of every Nigerian.” He said, “whether you voted for me or not. I have prepared for this moment all my life, I will not fail.”
Also, Tinubu hinted that the “spiritual meaning and significance of the holy month of Ramadan matter to me much more than the celebration of any individual milestone.” Furthermore, he said his swearing-in ceremony in two months would signify his preparation for the task ahead.
His message comes a week after his media officer, Tunde Rahman, announced that the Tinubu had departed the country for a vacation in Paris, France’s capital.
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