Sola Adeyemo Urges Nigerians to Support President Tinubu in Tackling the Nation's Myriad Challenges

Sola Adeyemo Urges Nigerians to Support President Tinubu in Tackling the Nation’s Myriad Challenges

//
1 min read

Sola Adeyemo, a socio-commentator and public affairs analyst, has urged Nigerians to rally behind President Bola Ahmed Tinubu as he tackles the myriad challenges facing the nation.

Speaking during a courtesy visit by journalists at the GTCO Food And Drink Festival organized by Guaranty Trust Bank in Lagos, Adeyemo emphasized the importance of supporting the President’s efforts to steer the country in the right direction.

“We must continue to support Mr. President and stand united behind his policies as he endeavors to lead the country out of its current challenges,” Adeyemo stated.

Sola Adeyemo, Publisher / Editor-In-Chief of CityNews Newspaper and President of the Special Committee On BAT (Bola Ahmed Tinubu) for online journalists

As the Publisher and Editor-In-Chief of CityNews Newspaper and President of the Special Committee On BAT (Bola Ahmed Tinubu) for online journalists, Adeyemo expressed his full endorsement of President Tinubu’s commitment to reviving Nigeria’s economy and addressing other pressing issues.

He called on Nigerians from all walks of life to back the present administration, stressing that Nigeria holds a crucial position globally due to the resourcefulness, ingenuity, and positive energy of its people.

The GTCO Food & Drink Festival, an annual event that showcases various aspects of the food industry, provides a platform for businesses involved in food production and sales to connect with food enthusiasts from diverse backgrounds.

 

ALSO READ  BREAKING: Abuja American school refunds $760,910 school fees paid by Yahaya Bello to EFCC

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Previous Story

BREAKING: Abuja American school refunds $760,910 school fees paid by Yahaya Bello to EFCC

Next Story

SERAP Takes Legal Action Against NNPC for Unaccounted $2.04 Billion, N164 Billion in Oil Revenues

Latest from Opinion