Is Buhari Not A Leader? Tinubu Meets Ekiti Monarchs, Says Nigeria Needs Leader

The national leader of All Progressives Congress (APC) Asiwaju Bola
Ahmed Tinubu on Thursday met with the members of the Ekiti State
council of traditional rulers, saying the country needs a competent
leader at the moment who can unite the people, tackle insecurity and
turnaround the economy for the betterment of the citizenry.Elanza News reports that Tinubu was among the people that worked hard
to ensure that President Muhammadu Buhari comes to power in 2015.

But the former Lagos State Governor, Tinubu said he decided to contest
the 2023 presidency to bring about new hope and real change in the
country.

Tinubu who also held similar meeting with the Ewi of Ado Ekiti Oba
Rufus Adeyemo Adejugbe in his palace as a continuation of his
consultation was accompanied by the Deputy Governor, Bisi Egbeyemi and
top members of the Southwest Agenda for Tinubu 2023, led by Senator
Dayo Adeyeye.

The APC leader while addressing the council, chaired by Onisan of Isan
Ekiti, Oba Gabriel Adejumo, stated that he was in Ekiti to consult
with traditional rulers about his political ambition and to receive
their prayers, blessings and support.

“We have struggled for democracy and today, we have democracy, but we
are not stable yet. There is insecurity, hopelessness, lack of
education, and suffering in the land. By now, we should have a good
farming system and opportunities to produce for other nations to buy.

“We are here to answer the call of our children by educating them the
right way, so that we can leave a Nigeria that is united, prosperous
and abundant for them. We chose democracy and we must not fail in this
task.’’

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“I am contesting this race to renew hope and make the future great for
our children. For Nigeria to stand united and develop, we require
patience and wisdom. We have to be united, that is the only way we can
be great.’’

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