Today’s Headlines: Peter Obi: Nigeria at Critical Moment; Unveiling of Tinubu’s Official Portrait

Tinubu’s Official Portrait Unveiled.

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The official portrait of the President-elect, Bola Tinubu who will be sworn-in as the President today, Monday, has been unveiled.Continue Reading>>>

 

This was announced on Monday by one of Tinubu’s aides, Bayo Onanuga.

Onanuga while revealing Tinubu’s official portrait via his verified Twitter handle said that he shall be known and called President Bola Ahmed Tinubu henceforth.Continue Reading>>>

 

He wrote, “From today 29 May 2023, he shall be known and called President Bola Ahmed Tinubu. The glory belongs To Almighty God, the God of all possibilities. And also to us the Nigerian people. Here is the official portrait of Nigeria’s 16th President.”

Nigeria At Critical Moment – Peter Obi

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Ahead of the inauguration of the President-elect, Bola Tinubu, the Labour Party, LP, presidential candidate during the last election, Mr Peter Obi, has declared that Nigerians are at a critical moment.

 

Obi said Nigerians must understand that their destiny has been injured, hence the need to reexamine their hope.

 

Tweeting, Obi charged Nigerians to reassess the situation the country has found itself, and find a way to a better future.

 

According to Obi: “For all Nigerians, this is a time for deep reflection. It is also a time to re-examine our assumptions, even as we reaffirm our hopes.

Let us calmly review our aspirations, in order to recalibrate our expectations and pin down the causes of our missed opportunities and disappointments.

 

“We stand at that critical moment in time when, as a people, we must collectively come to grips with the reality of our injured destiny as well as the reasons for that injury.

Buhari Apologises As Tinubu Takes Oath Of Office Today

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Today’s Headlines:Tinubu’s Official Portrait Unveiled;Nigeria At Critical Moment–Peter Obi

Tinubu’s Official Portrait Unveiled

Photo Credit:Daily Post Nigeria

The official portrait of the President-elect, Bola Tinubu who will be sworn-in as the President today, Monday, has been unveiled.

This was announced on Monday by one of Tinubu’s aides, Bayo Onanuga.

Onanuga while revealing Tinubu’s official portrait via his verified Twitter handle said that he shall be known and called President Bola Ahmed Tinubu henceforth.

He wrote, “From today 29 May 2023, he shall be known and called President Bola Ahmed Tinubu. The glory belongs To Almighty God, the God of all possibilities. And also to us the Nigerian people. Here is the official portrait of Nigeria’s 16th President.”

 

Nigeria At Critical Moment – Peter Obi

Photo Credit:Daily Post Nigeria

Ahead of the inauguration of the President-elect, Bola Tinubu, the Labour Party, LP, presidential candidate during the last election, Mr Peter Obi, has declared that Nigerians are at a critical moment.

Obi said Nigerians must understand that their destiny has been injured, hence the need to reexamine their hope.

Tweeting, Obi charged Nigerians to reassess the situation the country has found itself, and find a way to a better future.

According to Obi: “For all Nigerians, this is a time for deep reflection. It is also a time to re-examine our assumptions, even as we reaffirm our hopes.

“Let us calmly review our aspirations, in order to recalibrate our expectations and pin down the causes of our missed opportunities and disappointments.

“We stand at that critical moment in time when, as a people, we must collectively come to grips with the reality of our injured destiny as well as the reasons for that injury.

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Buhari Apologises As Tinubu Takes Oath Of Office Today

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AS President Muhammadu Buhari leaves office today, he has apologised to Nigerians over some decisions he took that brought pains and sufferings to the citizenry.

However, Buhari, who will hand over to President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, today, gave himself a pass mark, saying he is leaving Nigeria better than he met it in 2015.

This was even as he regretted that his administration was unable to rescue some children still in captivity and said he mourned with parents, friends and relatives of all those who lost loved ones as a result of senseless brigandage and carnage.

Buhari said these in his farewell speech to Nigerians as he bowed out of office after eight years in charge of Nigeria’s affairs.

The out-going president spoke amid high expectations and demands as Tinubu takes over, with the Yoruba Council of Elders, YCE, outlining reasons Tinubu must restructure the country without delay.

This was as the Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria, CBCN, scored Buhari very low in tackling insecurity but commended him on infrastructure, completion of the Second Niger Bridge and approval of Lux Mundi University, with Elder statesman, Chief Edwin Clark, describing Buhari as Nigeria’s worst president.

Middle Belt Leaders Write Tinubu, Endorse Lalong For SGF

The Renewed Middle Belt Forum (RMBF) has endorsed the outgoing Plateau State governor, Simon Lalong, for the position of Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) in the incoming administration.

 

The forum, in a May 22 letter to the president-elect, Bola Tinubu, and co-signed by its president, Bala Mohammed, and Secretary-General, Dr Abu James Abu, said it came to the conclusion after a thorough analysis of all the qualified sons and daughters of the Middle Belt and their impact on governance.

 

The group said that Lalong stood out because of his loyalty, impeccable track record, experience, and pedigree, adding that he would ensure that Tinubu fulfilled every promise he made to Nigerians.

RMBF also said the appointment would quell the tension among the Christians over the Muslim-Muslim presidential ticket and the marginalisation of the Middle Belt.

 

“May 29 (inauguration day) will be historic in so many ways and we believe this will be the beginning of a new dawn for the nation.

 

“We are confident that this administration will hit the ground running immediately with the appointments of cabinet

 

 

 

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