Nigeria in Safe Hands With Tinubu as President, Says Aisha Buhari

  • Bola Tinubu has gotten the full backing of the Wife of the President, Mrs Aisha Buhari in his quest to be Nigeria’s next president
  • Mrs Buhari said Tinubu has a track record of delivery that will serve the nation well in the next political dispensation
  • She also assured Nigerians that when they vote the former Lagos state governor as president, they are putting the country in safe hands

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FCT, Abuja – Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, has assured Nigerians that the country will be in safe hands under the guidance of the All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu if he wins the 2023 elections.

She made the comment at a one-day public symposium organized by the All Progressives Congress Professional Forum (APCPF) in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

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TinubuTinubu has gotten the full backing of First Lady Aisha Buhari ahead of the 2023 polls. Photo credit: @OfficialABAT
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Represented by the Director General National Center for Women Development (NCWD) Dr Asabe Bashir, Mrs Buhari said Tinubu has a track record of delivery that will serve the nation well.

The Nation newspaper quoted her saying:

“I have gone through the manifesto of our presidential candidate and have no doubt that given his experience in governance and passion to make a positive impact in our national development, we would be in safe hands. “I would suggest that every idea and strategy for national security must factor in women. This is because the world has accepted the reality that women are agents of peace, growth and development.”Their role in leadership role building, conflict resolution, negotiation and social development is as remarkable as that of their male counterpart.”

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The Nation newspaper had earlier reported that the APC Professional Forum kick-started the public engagement of the 80-page action plan for a better Nigeria released to members of the public by Tinubu.

The symposium will x-ray the Tinubu economic blueprint for national prosperity; infrastructure roadmap for Nigeria’s development; the judicial and law reform for Nigeria and the Ppanacea for a safe and secure Nigeria.

Welcoming participants to the symposium, chairman of the board of trustees of the forum, Malam Isa Yuguda, said the talk shop is actualizing the desire to educate and get feedback from the electorate on the manifesto.

2023: No presidential candidate better than Tinubu, says Ribadu

On his part, former chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, has declared that no presidential candidate in the forthcoming 2023 general elections is better than Tinubu.

Ribadu, a former presidential candidate on the platform of the defunct Action Congress of Nigeria, made the comment on Thursday, November 10 during the inauguration of the APC’s directorate of stakeholder relations.

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The Adamawa-born politician said the job of galvanizing support for APC has been made easy with the emergence of Tinubu as the party’s standard bearer.

2023 elections: My opponents confused, lack direction, says Tinubu

Meanwhile, Tinubu has taken a jibe at his opponents in the forthcoming election, saying they are confused and lack direction.

The APC presidential candidate made the comment during a town hall meeting with mining and agro-processing stakeholders in Lafia, the Nasarawa state capital on Thursday, November 10.

He said his opponents rather than articulating issue-based campaigns, are resorting to open attack on persons and personalities.

Source: Legit.ng

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