Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential candidate, promised in Kano on Sunday to rebuild Nigeria and make it far better than Dubai if elected as President in 2023.
Tinubu: Nigeria Will Be Better Than Dubai Under Me
Tinubu who addressed leaders of the Islamic Tijjania Sect at Africa House, Government House, during an interactive session said he will dedicate 100 percent of his energy and time to developing and uniting Nigeria.
The APC presidential candidate promised to ensure qualitative education, fight banditry and insurgency, adequate power supply, food security, physical security, and industrialization, among other Democratic dividends.
Tinubu advised Nigerians not to support the People’s Democratic Party which ruled for 16 years and spent $16 billion on power supply, with nothing to show for it.
He positioned himself as the best presidential candidate to redeem the country saying:
“We are only three left in the presidential race, one just failed the most important examination where he was asked: ‘are you a divider or Uniter, and he said ‘I am from the North.”
Making reference to the National Anthem, the presidential candidate said the time for Nigerians to do away with ethnic interest and promote national unity and cohesion has come.
He said “no one will come and divide us again. Let me ask which one you will take:
Here is the right hand giving you a hundred percent, and the other hand is giving you 50 percent, I am sure you will take a hundred percent. I am the only one that gives you 100 percent.
“I promised 100 percent, I Will give you 100 percent. Even Dubai is 50 percent. We will be better than Dubai. We are giving you a blueprint that is progressive.
“I just want to thank you all for your prayers, commitment, and support. It is only a few steps away from becoming the President. So, your prayers are answered.”
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