•First Lady, Oluremi Tinubu highlights that existing challenges were inherited from previous administrations.
On Sunday, the First Lady, Oluremi Tinubu, emphasized that her husband, President Bola Tinubu, should not be viewed as a magician.
She delivered this message during an interdenominational church service in Abuja commemorating Nigeria's 63rd Independence Anniversary, themed "Christ in you, the hope of glory."
Mrs. Tinubu acknowledged that the Tinubu administration inherited existing challenges and expressed a commitment to addressing them without laying blame on previous administrations.
She stated, "We've inherited long-standing issues, and our goal is not to assign blame but to rectify the damage."
She emphasized that her husband, while not a magician, is dedicated to the task ahead, hoping for a peaceful future for the country. She stressed the importance of good governance and encouraged Nigerians to follow the example of Jesus Christ, embodying virtues such as love, joy, peace, and forgiveness.
Mrs. Tinubu expressed optimism about Nigeria's potential for abundance and urged citizens to embrace hope despite current challenges. She emphasized the significance of maintaining hope and faith, drawing inspiration from the teachings of Jesus Christ.