President Bola Tinubu and his vice, Kashim Shettima, have what it takes to right the wrongs committed by previous administrations, according to Yusuf Adamu Gagdi, a leading candidate for Speaker of the 10th House of Representatives.
He expressed his strong belief that Nigeria was headed toward improvement thanks to Tinubu’s skill in leadership and governance.
In a message of congratulations that he signed, Gagdi, who currently sits in the 9th House of Representatives and represents Plateau State’s Pankshin/Kanke/Kanam Federal Constituency, spoke.
“The new President has the ability to right the wrongs of previous administrations and ensure that competent hands are engaged to revive the country’s paralyzed sectors,”
the head of the house navy committee said Tinubu’s political journey to the presidency was a profoundly inspirational one that demonstrates how one can achieve the greatest heights with grit, sincerity of purpose, complete trust in God, and an unwavering commitment to empowering others.
Because of his track record of excellence and duty dedication, he expressed confidence in his ability to fulfill the promise of democracy to the Nigerian people.
Gadgi praised Vice President Kashim Shettima for leading Borno State during its darkest and most trying moments and never once deserting his people or abdicating his duties.
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“These leaders have shown their dedication to our wonderful nation, and as President and Vice-President, they represent our hope for a prosperous and peaceful Nigeria.”
that is effective for all citizens, regardless of class, ethnicity, or religion, has been renewed.
“President Tinubu has shown that one can achieve the highest levels with grit, sincerity of purpose, complete trust in God, and an unwavering commitment to empowering others.
Since he has a history of excellence and devotion to duty, I have faith in his ability to fulfill the promise of democracy to the Nigerian people.
“I believe Nigerians can now rest, knowing that the country is in safe hands, with His Excellency, Vice President Kashim by his side.”