Nigerians In Diaspora Promise Technical Support For Tinubu, Shettima
By Mukhtar Tijjani
Nigerians in Diaspora under the auspices of Advocates for Good Governance have assured of technical support for the incoming administration to be led by the President- Elect, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and the Vice President Elect, Senator Kashim Shettima.
The group stated this when its General Coordinator, Chief Charles Obinna paid a courtesy visit to All Progressive Congress Professionals Council, National Director General, Hon. Seyi Bamigbade, noting that the incoming president and his vice will not disappoint Nigerians as they adequately understand the needs of the nation and are ready to confront them for the benefit of all.
They congratulated the incoming president of the country, Bola Tinubu and his vice, Sen. Kashim Shettima for their victory at the poll, saying they are the best choice for the country at the moment.
The group said the Feb. 25 presidential poll in Nigeria produced a winner that is so accepted across the country and who is prepared to confront the country’s challenges with his years of experience in governance.
Obinna said the group is ready to offer logistics and technical support to the incoming administration to tackle seemingly knotty issues especially in pulling Nigerians out of poverty through economic empowerment and the need to harness the potentials of the country’s young population for national development
He also commended key stakeholders of the party for the role they played in securing victory for APC in the Feb. 25 presidential election.Obinna particularly thanked the Minister of State for Labour and Employment and spokesperson of the presidential campaign council, Festus Keyamo for providing the needed support that assisted in giving the party victory.
He also lauded the National Director General of All Progressive Congress Professionals Council, Amb. Seyi Bamigbade as well as the Secretary of the APC presidential campaign council Hon. Abiodin Faleke for their roles before, during and after the presidential election.