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May 29: Days Count As Tinubu and Shettima Commit to Nigeria

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May 29: Days Count As Tinubu and Shettima Commit to Nigeria

By: James Bwala

The upcoming government of Bolo Ahmed Tinubu and Senator Kashim Shettima stands apart in some way. They both come from the southwest and northeast, respectively, and have viewed the Nigerian states as an endeavor of hope that must satisfy their ambition for a new Nigeria.

It should be observed that both Tinubu and Kashim Shettima prepared to unite Nigerians before, during, and after their campaigns. The triumph they achieved during the general elections on February 25 speaks louder than the voices trying to thwart the return of optimism that the Nigerian states have been waiting for a long time.

Finally, we have arrived. The President-elect’s visit to Port Harcourt, in the state of Rivers, where he was called by Governor Nyesome Wike to commission some projects, has reawakened the spirit of unity and the dream of fresh hope for a better country and brighter future for the nation.

The new administration is carefully putting together plans and apparatus that would drive away corruption, religious bigotry, and its vises, which occupied spaces and were quickly taking on a culture of their own among the Nigerian people, despite the numerous calls for reductions in pedestrian fatalities.


Politics has risen and fallen. Those who have lived in Lagos are familiar with the truth from fiction when it comes to the Tinubu administration’s intentions and what is likely to turn another page in history. The same held true for the inhabitants of Borno State and their anticipated future.

For those who are requesting an interim government. That is a fantasy. Nigerians have developed past their ethnic or religious allegiances. Nothing that did not occur prior to or during the election could ever occur. Negative challenges lead to negative expectations. The May 29, 2023 inauguration is a day of promise to Nigerians.

The next president and vice president of Nigeria, Tinubu and Shettima, will be sworn in. The tale no longer centers on the party to which they both belong, nor could it refer to what the opposition party represents to certain Nigerians. Tinubu and Kashim Shettima are leaders who are working to make Nigeria bigger, and their government will significantly enhance the lives of those who have faith in the stability of our nation.

May 29: Days Count As Tinubu and Shettima Commit to Nigeria

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