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Tinubu inherited failed economy – Gbenga Daniel



Former Governor of Ogun State and current Senator representing Ogun East, Gbenga Daniel, has called on Nigerians to be patient with President Bola Tinubu following the growing hardship in the country.

Daniel, popularly known as OGD, said Tinubu inherited a failed economy from the last administration.

He spoke in Ijebu-Ode during a thank-you tour.

Daniel acknowledged the difficulties facing the nation, expressing his desire for President Tinubu to openly discuss the economic challenges.


Accompanied by his wife, Olufunsho, Daniel distributed food items and equipment to the people of the Ogun East Senatorial District as part of his empowerment programmes.

He said, “Our president, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, I wish he could talk because he cannot, as this is the same party he took over. However, from what I know, we just have to praise his courage.

“We acknowledge that things are very difficult, but we need to encourage him. We urge our people to be patient; by the special grace of God, everything will be alright.

“I want to specially plead with you, my people, and in particular, I want to plead with you to show understanding towards our president, Bola Ahmed Tinubu.  He inherited what we can call a failed economy, but it is important for you to understand.

“All the things that have happened before, he cannot change. All he intends to do is to find solutions, and I want to assure you that by the end of his term, our country will be better for it.


“I want to remind all of you that you must not forget, we are the next, we are the ones there. If we do not do it well and do not stand by ourselves, we will be abused.

“Therefore, I want to plead with all of you; let us show a little more patience and understanding. By the grace of God, everything will be okay. Now, talking to my people, I want to assure you that the tasks you gave me to execute in Abuja, by the grace of God, I will do them all.”

Source link: Daily Trust/

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