Akume, Ganduje, Arthur Eze, others extol Tinubu’s achievements

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Sen. George Akume, and the National Chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Abdullahi Ganduje, have lauded President Bola Tinubu for giving Nigeria a purposeful leadership.

They said this at a book launch in commemoration of the president’s one year anniversary in office.

The book which was written by two academics, Bolu Folayan and Ajibolu Balofine, chronicled Tinubu’s political journey, his triumphs and successes.

The book is titled, ‘365 Days of Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s Presidency: Resetting the Strategic Foundation for a New Nigeria.

It examines the President’s ‘stunning political success’ by leveraging on his ‘prowess in strategic communication management’.

Speaking on Tinubu’s sterling leadership qualities in the last one year, Akume who was also a former governor of Benue lauded the federal government in fight against Boko Haram.

The SGF noted that the criminal activities of kidnappers are being tackled by the law enforcement age

He commended Tinubu for his patriotism by fostering national cohesion across the country.

‘There is no one that is in doubt of Tinubu’s giant strides in the last one year. The Federal Government under president Tinubu’s leadership has defeated Boko Haram terrorists.

‘I praise him for his courage in driving economic policies aimed at bringing long-term prosperity to Nigerians.

‘In just one year, he has built many roads across Nigeria and other critical infrastructure like the Abuja Metro Rail,’ Akume added.

Mr Abdullahi Ganduje, the immediate-past governor of Kano State, said Tinubu has demonstrated remarkable leadership in the face of adversity by resetting Nigeria on the path of growth and development.

Prince Arthur Eze eulogised Tinubu for standing up to state governors in trying to reform the country’s local government system.

The oil tycoon accused governors of cornering local government funds, thereby depriving the third tier of government of development.

Recently, the federal government sue
d the 36 state governors at the Supreme Court for tampering with funds released from the Federation Account for the benefits of local governments.

The event was attended by many top government officials and political associates of Tinubu.

Source: News Agency of Nigeria