As a result of the economic changes his administration has implemented since he took office, President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has urged Nigerians to be patient.
During a special visit to the palace of the Alake and Paramount monarch of Egbaland, Oba Adedotun Gbadebo, in Abeokuta, Ogun State, on Thursday, Tinubu said that as President, he has likewise been taking baby steps and is “not ready to march the ground in a hurry.”
Let’s stick together. Please pay attention. That’s right, zero interruptions. The future of this country is in our hands, and we will steer it in the right direction. With God’s help, we’ll eventually see our efforts pay off.
Positive shifts are on the horizon for Nigeria; hang in there through the growing pains. I, too, am a president who is taking things slowly and deliberately, encouraging his people to “be ready to listen,” “maintain an open door policy,” “let the freedom flow,” and “let the confidence return” in Nigeria. We have nowhere else to go but this country. For a while, I was a refugee. Tinubu claimed, “I know what it’s like to be a refugee.
The President claims that he made a return visit to the White House to personally express his gratitude for all of his help during the campaign.
We finished the job despite having no resources to do so, and for that I give you credit. Just wanted to sneak in and out, see kabiesi, but I have no idea whether this is how it works. What it’s like to be president has finally sunk in.
Being here fulfills my promise to return with the crown and a victory. Now, all I want is that you pray for our country, that we may navigate the ship of the nation, that we may form a good team, that we may be positive for our country, and that we may fulfill all of the promises I have made.
The power to hope again has arrived. That hope will last forever and provide your life a much-needed boost. I’m still here, keeping my word on the campaign promise that we’re all the same under the surface. To get us to alter our minds, we need your prayers, your support, and your interventions,” he continued.