She underlined that her husband is not a magician and will work relentlessly to bring about beneficial changes to the country while speaking at an Independence Day church service in Abuja.
Tinubu acknowledged the difficulties Nigeria has and emphasized that the current administration would not place the responsibility for the problems on other administrations, but would instead concentrate on fixing the harm. She emphasized the positive results of Nigeria’s participation in the UNGA as well as the interest of investors in the nation.
She urged Nigerians to put their faith in her husband’s leadership and look above the country’s current challenges. She also advocated cooperation in recognizing the diversity of the country.
Tinubu referred to the Independence Day celebration this year’s theme, “Christ in you, the hope of glory,” and underlined the significance of good governance and imitating Jesus Christ by exhibiting characteristics like love, joy, peace, and forgiveness.
She emphasized her conviction that Nigeria can overcome its difficulties by embracing hope and confidence in Christ’s teachings by quoting Matthew 11:28.
The First Lady concluded by urging Nigerians to hold onto their faith and optimism in the face of adversity. She expressed certainty that her husband’s administration will lead to positive change for the country.