Tinubu’s decision on fuel subsidies has been confirmed.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
President Bola Tinubu formally took over as Nigeria’s new President today after the peaceful handover of outgoing President Muhammadu Buhari.
President Tinubu made an important declaration during his inaugural address, announcing an end to fuel subsidies in the nation.
President Tinubu addressed the country from Eagle Square in Abuja, expressing tremendous appreciation for his predecessor, describing him as an honest and patriotic leader who worked relentlessly for the nation’s development.
The newly elected President thanked Buhari for their work and friendship, hoping that history would remember him favorably.
President Tinubu committed to execute the holy duty given to him with the highest faith in the Nigerian people. He emphasized the nation’s grandeur and unrelenting desire to accomplish its destiny.
Despite suffering trials that would have overwhelmed other nations, Tinubu praised Nigeria’s fortitude and advocated for preserving and promoting past generations’ achievements.
“We must never allow the sacrifices of our predecessors to go in vain,” declared President Tinubu. “Instead, let us nurture their legacy and strive to create a brighter and more prosperous reality for our beloved nation.”
The newly sworn-in President thanked his supporters and those not voting for him. He emphasized the need for unity and cooperation to achieve a better Nigeria.
President Tinubu also emphasized security as a critical concern for his government. He promised to change security philosophy and architecture by investing heavily in security people, training, and equipment.
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