Senator Tinubu explained why he visited President Buhari

Senator Tinubu
Senator Tinubu

Senator Tinubu, the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has clarified why he paid a visit to President Muhammadu Buhari at Presidential Villa.

After meeting with the president and former Osun State governor Bisi Akande on Monday night. So, he talked to State House correspondents.

According to him, they exchanged ideas on what is happening in the country, especially the rising insecurity.

He also urged all Nigerians to support the government in its journey to finding solutions to all national challenges.

However, he said, “It’s to generally review the perceptions going on outside there and equally focus on the security across the country more.”

Meanwhile, he noted that the president has more information than they have, but said, “We are his ears close to the ground.”

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In other words, he also proposed united response to the various crises facing Nigeria.

According to him, the current discomfort being faced by Nigeria cannot be said to be peculiar to the country.

He added that finding solutions, through consultations and exchange of views and ideas on how to change the fortunes of the country should be collective.

He said “The best way is what we are doing; coming together to reduce banditry, to move for unity and be able to bring a better Nigeria to the people.

“The welfare of our people is extremely important. And yes, every nation will go through this curves and difficult times. How we communicate it to the people, what are the areas to help make it easier for people to bear, those are ideas on how to be able to change the leadership of the country.”

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On allegations that his relationship with the president was strained ,he said, “Nothing like that, nothing like unhealthy. Who is our doctor? Is it social media that is measuring the relationship? I don’t have to disturb him openly on camera, is it? No, we have so many ways to look at issues. We have nothing like that.”

On what the president needs at the moment from Nigerians, he said, “Cooperation, understanding and determination.

Effective security, effective information. There is no president who will want his country in chaos. Have you seen one? Point one to me.

In other words, there is no one that will want his citizens exposed to banditry and danger.

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