I’ll bet anything that Nigerians will beg Bola Tinubu to run for re-election, says Betta Edu

National Women Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Betta Edu, has said that after Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s first term in office, Nigerians will beg him to run for a second term. Speaking during a recent interview on Channels Television, which was also shared by The Cable on Friday May 26th, Betta Edu said that Tinubu is prepared for the task ahead, and that he is ready to hit the ground running.Continue Reading>>>

She said that the President-elect, Bola Tinubu, will work to improve on the low points of the administration of the outgoing President Muhammadu Buhari.

She said – “I bet on anything, Nigerians will plead with Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, four years down the line, for a second term.”Continue Reading>>>

She said that President Buhari stated at the state banquet hall that he has fought a good fight, and that he is handing over the country to someone who he believes will build on his legacy and even do better.

The former Commissioner in Cross River State described Tinubu as a free thinker, and said that he has already set out the programmes that will be carried out in his first 60 days in office.

She said – “If you know Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, he is a deep thinker and a doer. One who is very strong in terms of analyzing and strategizing. I can boldly tell you for free that the next 60 days have clearly been spelt out by Tinubu – what he hopes to do, what he hopes to achieve, and what point and where.”

Tinubu is expected to be sworn in on May 29th as the new President of Nigeria. Just a day ago, he was conferred with the Grand Commander of Federal Republic (GCFR), which is the highest National Honour in Nigeria, and reserved for only Presidents.

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