Focus On Task Ahead, You’re Good For The Job, Alli Charges Tinubu At 69


A former secretary to the oyo state government, Oloye Sharafadeen Alli on Monday described the former governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu as one of the best to take over from President Muhammadu Buhari, just as he encouraged him not to relent on his efforts to lead Nigeria to the promise land.

He said Tinubu as a great leader had paid his dues in many ways and remains one of the leaders who had invested in human development.

Alli who was also the governorship candidate of the Zenith Labour Party in 2019 general elections in Oyo state said the achievements of Tinubu in Lagos State and across the country was enough for Nigerians to consider him for the job.

Akogun Sharafadeen Alli who congratulated Tinubu for clocking 69 therefore urged Nigerians to put sentiment apart and support Tinubu’s ambition for betterment of Nigeria.

The Ibadan born Senior Chief stated this shortly after he parcitipated in the ongoing registration exercise of the All Progressives Congress (APC) at Oke Aremo, Ward 3 of Ibadan North Local Government Area of the state further prayed that Asiwaju Tinbu would live long to lead Nigeria to greater heights and prosperity.

“The statement reads in part; “Our national leader, our father, lover of men and distinguished Nigerian, the Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, as you celebrate your new age today, we pray for good health for you. Your achievements has proved to us that you are indeed a true leader and nationalist. You invested in human development. You have brought millions of Nigerian from poverty to prosperity.

“As you clock 69 today, I pray that your dream shall come to pass in good health. Nigerians believe in your strength and good name. You have paid your dues for the job, but never allow your enemies to discourage you, but rather focus on the task ahead.

“Be reminded that your foot soldiers are solidly behind you. Being a nationalist, we respect your courage and understanding. We celebrate with you, a leader of leaders,” Alli said.

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