During the administration of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Nigerians will be more united than ever before, according to Amb. Adejare Bello, the country’s ambassador to Mexico.
On May 29, 2023, Tinubu would take office as Nigeria’s 16th president.
Bello claimed that many Nigerians both at home and abroad attested to his conviction, which was based on the president-antecedents. elect’s
He characterized Tinubu as a leader who could unify the country’s various regions, strengthen the bonds already in place, and instill a sense of hope, patriotism, and unity among its constituents.
Bello confirmed that over the years, various administrations in the country had struggled with the challenge of harmonising disparate interests and managing dissensions, but assured that the president-elect had the will and the managerial amplitude to respond to the challenges.
According to Bello, Tinubu would make sure that appointments were not lopsided, which would endear his administration into the warm embrace of all Nigerians.
He described Tinubu as one Nigerian who knew the country well and someone abreast with its cultural and historical developments, adding that he is surrounded by brilliant Nigerians with sound minds.
“None of you can fault in terms of intellect and understanding of the delicate issues in the country in different aspects of the economy. This gives him an advantage not to play politics of ‘me and my people,” he added.
In light of the divisive campaigns supported by the opposition parties, particularly those centered on the Muslim-Muslim ticket of Tinubu and Shettima, he said the All Progressives Congress (APC) now needed to show that the politics of bringing the nation together required unconventional approaches.
Bello stated that it would not be difficult to get everyone on board, regardless of religion or place of origin, because Tinubu was not a religious bigot.
“With Tinubu in the saddle, the relationship among Nigerians will be one based on friendship, empathy, and cohesion, free of political resentment.
He said that given the enthusiastic reception his campaign train received across the nation, it is “a little wonder” that he is so well-liked by the populace on the other side of the Niger.