How Tinubu ‘ll tackle poverty – APC chieftain

By Jubril bada


A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and member of the Board of Trustee, BoT, of the party in Ondo State, Chief Jamiu Ekungba has described the President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu as a divine leader that will take the country to greater height.

Ekungba in a chat with The Hope, said that the president-elect as a courageous person with experience in governance will break the vicious circle of poverty and bring prosperity during his administration.

Tinubu, he said will curb corruption, noting that though the outgoing President Muhammadu Buhari did his best.

The chieftain stressed that the former Lagos State Governor would replicate digitization of his administration in the state to fight corruption when sworn in as the next president come May 29.

According to him, the digitalization of Lagos State by former governor made the state free of corruption, stating manipulation was difficult in the collection of taxes and people could not  divert government money into private purse.

“He is going to do that to assist the effort, Buhari has made. Once every system is digitalized, money available will be used for common men, ” he said

Ekungba, who expressed displeasure over  religions and tribal bigotries introduced by the Labour Party Presidential candidate, Peter Obi in the last general elections said he has never seen election that is divisive like 2023 general elections since 1993.

To worsen the elections, he added that cabals at the presidency who didn’t want Tinubu to become president introduced two harsh policies  which include naira swap and scarcity of petroleum with the belief the Federal Government would postpone the elections.

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He noted that Tinubu emerged winner in the election despite the gang up against him.

The chieftain of the party, therefore, appealed to Nigerians to give Tinubu chance to perform with questions on how to implement his administration plans for better Nigeria.

His words “Nigerians should ask questions on population statistics of the country to achieve expected results of his plans. Questions must be asked if there is plan B in case plan A is not workable as it was planned.

“If plan A will cause us pains , we can say no for him to go for plan B.”

How Tinubu ‘ll tackle poverty – APC chieftain

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