Tinubu Unfolds Seven-Point Agenda as Prelude to 2023 Presidency

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In a veiled move towards 2023 Presidency in Nigeria, the office of the Leader of the All Progressives Congress Party ( APC)  Bola Ahmed Tinubu has unfolded a seven – point agenda .

Though Tinubu has not openly expressed his intention to contest the 2023 presidency, his body language in the past few months points to his interest to clinch APC Presidential ticket.

Hence the release of seven-point agenda as a prelude of formally declaring his intention to Contest for the highest position in the land.

7 POINT AGENDA TAGGED
THE REBIRTH MANIFESTO

1. LEADERSHIP
Provide transformational leadership that has the ability to unify all of Nigeria and lead us to the attainment of shared goals and vision.

2. TECHNOLOGY
Leverage modern technology for digital transformation and economic growth.

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3. SECURITY
Create conditions that allow citizens move and transact freely across the Nation.

4. INFRASTRUCTURE
Commence extensive infrastructural development by building basic foundational services (24 hrs access to electricity, roads, bridges e.t.c) that connect (power) people and businesses ultimately improving the quality of living.

5. HOMEGROWN BUSINESSES
Build platforms that enable and empower homegrown businesses to scale and compete favourably in the global market.

 

 

6. EDUCATION
Deploy initiatives targeted at promoting knowledge and equipping learners of all age groups with the skills and values needed to address modern-day challenges globally. Propagate and activate strategies that also promote a sense of pride and awakening amongst all Nigerian citizens to the extent that people feel extremely patriotic and ecstatic to be Nigerians.

7. TRUE FEDERALISM AND DEMOCRATIC PROCESSES
Promote democracy, realize human potential and create conditions for prosperity and progress.

Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari is the incumbent President of Nigeria who is currently serving his second tenure in office as Nigeria’s President after he defeated Former President Goodluck Jonathan in the 2015 presidential election.

President Buhari is expected to hand over the presidential stool to a new President in 2023 after a fresh Presidential election, as political aspirants have been finding their ways to ensure they fall on the favoured wing after the outcome of the much anticipated Presidential election.

 

 

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