Adejare Bello has guaranteed all stakeholders that Nigerians will be more unified than ever under Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
Tinubu becomes Nigeria’s 16th president on May 29, 2023.
Bello based his conviction on the president-elect’s antecedents, which many Nigerians at home and abroad have attested to.
He said Tinubu can unite the county’s regions, build on welding efforts, and instill hope, patriotism, and oneness.
“Various administrations have struggled with the challenge of harmonising disparate interests and managing dissensions,” he remarked.
“But what really matters is Tinubu’s will and managerial apptitude to solve problems.”
Bello claims Tinubu will ensure fair appointments, endearing his administration to all Nigerians.
He said Tinubu is surrounded by brilliant Nigerians with sound minds, “none of whom you can fault in terms of intellect and understanding of the delicate issues in the country in different aspects of the economy.” He said this lets him avoid “me and my people” politics.
Given opposition parties’ divisive campaigns, especially around the Muslim-Muslim ticket of Tinubu and Shettima, APC must show that uniting the country demands creative ways.
Bello said that since Tinubu is not a religious bigot, it will be easy to recruit all religions and ethnicities.
“With Tinubu in the saddle, Nigerians will have an organic relationship based on friendship, empathy, and togetherness without political bitterness,” he stated.
“It is therefore a little wonder that he is so widely accepted by the people on the other side of the Niger from the wild reception his campaign trail received all over the country.”