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Nigeria Will be Better – Tinubu



According to President Bola Tinubu, his administration would not give up on combating corruption and other issues the nation faces.

Ajuri Ngelale, the presidential spokeswoman, said that Tinubu made this announcement on Monday following a meeting with the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) leadership, which is headed by Archbishop Daniel Okoh.
President Tinubu urged Christian leaders to assist the administration in its continuous battle against corruption bypersuading Nigerians to adopt a more positive outlook on financial concerns.

Nigeria is the only nation we have. Nobody will assist us in repairing Nigeria if you do not preach to Nigerians about understanding, tolerance, perseverance, and optimism.

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“Let’s have a conversation because denouncing a country in public does not make a citizen good. Nigerians need to be admonished to adopt a new perspective and to stop making money their god or master. Nigeria is going to prosper and we are going to reach the Promised Land.

Please let us know if you see any shortcomings in my government; we are here to listen. Thanks to your prayers and the divine will of God Almighty, I am here today.

“I’ve set a daily goal for myself to treat every Nigerian fairly. I’ve received a lot of criticism, some of which have addressed the reasoning behind my cabinet’s size.

“We need to give them a weight they can carry if we want effective, adaptable, and resourceful people. You will have non-performance and no outcomes in the future if you combine too many ministries in an attempt to save money.

The President adamantly declared, “Nigeria needs to turn the corner to grow, and we must give people challenges they can handle, and that is what we are doing.”

Archbishop Okoh urged President Tinubu to continue delivering good administration by guaranteeing safety, inclusion, and peaceful coexistence in his speech.

“You have reached out to us with a hand of fellowship, and we welcome you and your family with the love of Christ and pledge to work together to build our nation, even if it is a very difficult assignment.

“You’re not going to trip and tumble. You possess the wisdom to take the lead in overcoming our obstacles and quickly turning around the situation in Nigeria.

“We are grateful that you have demonstrated that you are a listening leader.CAN has continued to be politically neutral while maintaining an active presence at all spheres, from the national to the local.

“Our association is always a willing and ready partner in nation-building,” Okoh stated.


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