“Nigeria is headed toward sustainable development under Tinubu”

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Nigeria is headed toward sustainable development under Tinubu

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“Nigeria is headed toward sustainable development under Tinubu”

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Senior Special Assistant to the President on Intergovernmental Affairs, Olanrewaju Smart Wasiu has commended President Bola Tinubu’s administration for implementing policies aimed at fostering economic growth.

In a statement on Saturday, Smart said: “This is significant milestone in our nation’s history as we celebrate the first anniversary of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s administration. 

“On behalf of myself and the Office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President, I extend my heartfelt congratulations to President Tinubu for his exemplary leadership and unwavering dedication to the progress and prosperity of Nigeria.

“Over the past year, President Tinubu has demonstrated an unrelenting commitment to addressing the challenges facing our nation, implementing policies aimed at fostering economic growth, improving security, and enhancing the quality of life for all Nigerians. 

“His visionary leadership has steered the country towards a path of sustainable development and national unity.

“Under his administration, we have witnessed significant strides in infrastructure development, job creation, and the empowerment of our youth and women. His efforts in revitalizing the education and healthcare sectors are commendable, ensuring that every Nigerian has access to quality services. 

“Moreover, his dedication to fighting corruption and promoting good governance has reinforced the trust and confidence of the people in their government.

“President Tinubu’s diplomatic engagements have also strengthened Nigeria’s position on the global stage, fostering international partnerships that are vital for our nation’s growth and security. 

source: thenationonlineng.net

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