Nigeria Remains The Greatest, Not A Failed State – Tinubu

Tinubu Speaks On Nigeria

The Presidential Candidate of the All Progressives Congress(APC), Bola Tinubu has said Nigeria remains the greatest country.


Tinubu Speaks On Nigeria

He said the country is not a failed state and urged citizens to avoid buying into such a narrative.

Tinubu stated this in Abuja shortly after he alighted from his private jet after his 11 days vacation in London, United Kingdom.

The former Lagos State governor was warmly received by his running mate, Kashim Shettima; the Director General of the PCC, Simon Lalong; his deputy, Adams Oshiomhole, and other party chieftains.

Addressing journalists amid shouts of ‘Jagaban’ and ‘City Boy’, Tinubu expressed his readiness for the political campaign, saying he felt better.

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He said, “The trip was very good. I enjoyed my break. And I’m happy to be back in my fatherland.

“And Nigerians should expect a very intelligent ability to think and perform. Nigerians should expect that the help they needed is here, the hope that is almost jittering is back and back actively.

“And we hold every effort to the country of patriotism, dedication, capacity, and ability to do the job. Not negative thinking, not the fact that Nigeria has failed; this country is the greatest.

“If it is to rebuild, we are builders; if it is construction, we are constructors. If it is assurance, we give Nigerians the assurance that we make a better country out of it all.”

Meanwhile, Kanyi Daily had reported that an APC chieftain, Ayo Oyalowo said, Tinubu is the main factor in the 2023 General Elections.

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