President Bola Tinubu has appealed for unity and stability in the country months after the next elections in 2023.
He reminded Nigerians that he is still the country’s leader, regardless of which party they voted for in the February 25 presidential election.
The President mentioned these during an interactive session with members of the Nigerian community living in France on Saturday, according to a statement issued by his spokesman, Dele Alake.
According to him, “We must promote unity and stability for all. Whether you voted for me during the elections, or not, I am your President. I will work on your behalf to ensure a turning point of prosperity.”
Tinubu went on to say that he let out the enormous elephant of gasoline subsidies without bringing the house down.
He added that despite other obstacles such as transportation, electricity, and infrastructure, he was able to communicate the news of subsidy elimination without causing significant damage.
“We have transport challenges, electricity challenges, infrastructural challenges, and others. I let out the giant elephant of fuel subsidy without bringing down the house,” he said.
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