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Tinubu’s Comment Shows He’s Committed to Prosperity of Nigeria’s Economy – Olulade  

Member representing Epe Constituency II in the Lagos State House of Assembly, Hon. Olusegun Olulade has commended the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu for recently offering solutions to economic crisis facing the country.

Olulade, who gave this commendation while responding to questions from some journalists in his office at the Assembly Complex on Friday, noted that Tinubu has been accused of abandoning the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.

He pointed out that the APC chieftain has shown to the whole world that he is with the administration “and would continue to do everything to support it.”

The lawmaker, who is the Chairman, House Committee on Health Services, explained that Nigerians voted massively for Buhari because of Tinubu was the leading factor during electioneering campaign “this man went round every nook and cranny of the country to campaign for Buhari and our party was able to win the election because of Tinubu’s stance that the Peoples Democratic Party must leave power.

“For this same man to have come out now and proffer solutions to the economic challenges we are facing as a country, it shows he is a core party man and that he has interest of this administration at heart. Some people felt the man has criticized Buhari but they are getting it wrong.

“The fact that Nigerians are complaining about the current economic situation is enough for any reasonable leader to come out and addressed the situation. Tinubu has not only addressed the situation, he also proffered solutions that will take the country out of recession.

“It is now left for the three arms of government to heed to this advice. I am of the view that these recommendations that have been offered by Asiwaju will take us to the Promised Land if only we can make use of them,” Olulade stated.

SIGNED

Hon. Segun Olulade (Epe Const. II)

Chairman, Committee on Health Services

Lagos State House of Assembly

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