2023 Presidency: Why Nigerians Should Not Worry – Bola Tinubu

Bola Ahmed Tinubu

As the race to the 2023 presidency begins to gather momentum, many individuals are already making their preferred candidate known based on the leadership qualities they posses.

Although he has not made his perceived presidential ambition known publicly, the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Ahmed Tinubu is believed to be among those who may give the 2023 presidential seat a shot.

However, Tinubu diaspora support group took to their official facebook page and updated Tinubu speech, stated the reasons why Nigerian should not worry.

“I feel very good and I pray to God to continue to grant me long life. I feel unfulfilled because what I set out to achieve by this age was to be in a great and full democratized country that would be a pride of every citizen of Nigeria.”

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“My commitment to the fundamentals of a democratic system and federal principles has not changed. I believe that we still must discuss.”

“We don’t have reasons to be poor in this country, because we are blessed. Take a helicopter and fly to Kwara, Kogi, Abuja, Kaduna, etc, you will see vast green land. We have land for food.”

“Education is the greatest weapon against poverty and we have seen this to be true. We cannot innovate without education; we cannot be great without education; yet we have not committed ourselves to it. We need a leader that is a thinker and a doer to drive that vision for this country.”

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The last hope of human defense in any democracy is the judiciary. That arm is now being decimated. There are so many challenges and so much injustice out there. But when you amputate justice, you are opening up the nation for instability.”

“Once we lose faith in the judicial system, we are saying we should not settle our disputes. If that be, disputes will now be settled on the streets with dane guns, cutlasses and so on. So you are creating an environment for a banana republic. We have those challenges in the judiciary.”

If we neglect the society and allow it to slip into chaos, many of us who invest in our children and their education and development at the expense of the poor people are putting that investment at risk.

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