2023: I’m not Buhari, I won’t fail Nigerians – Tinubu
Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, has assured Nigerians that he would perform excellently if given the opportunity to govern the country come 2023.
The former Lagos state governor gave the assurance on Tuesday when he granted an interview with the BBC Focus on Africa.
Fielding a question on why Nigerians should vote him as the next president, considering the obvious leadership failure of the current President Muhammadu Buhari/APC-led government, Tinubu said he was “different.”
Tinubu, who listed his accomplishments while serving as Lagos state governor said, “I am different. I am Bola Ahmed Tinubu. I have governed Lagos, and I built a modern state that could be a country on its own.”
“I led an administration that is so prudent; from N600 million IGR to N5 billion a month. That is a record. No one else can brag about that,” he added.
He also mentioned that he “tamed the Atlantic ocean surge that could have perished many people in Lagos. The infrastructural renewal in Lagos is excellent.”