Politics & Governance

We need visionary leaders like Tinubu to transform Nigeria – Tinubu Vanguard

The acting Chairman, Board of Trustees, Tinubu Vanguard, Alhaji Abdulqadri Mohammed, has called for the emergence of visionary leaders at all levels of government to transform Nigeria.

Mohammed made the call on Sunday in Abuja at the inauguration of the National Executive Committee and Board of Trustees of the group.

He told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that political parties and Nigeria as a country should embark on the process that would throw up visionary leaders.

“Good leadership at all levels of government is key, that is why we need visionary leaders not only at Federal level but also state, local government and even ward levels to transform Nigeria.

“This is the way to go, but if we are segregated against good leadership, we will always remain where we are”, he said.

Mohammed said the inauguration of the NEC and BOT of the group was to mobilise Nigerians to have visionary leaders like Bola Tinubu step forward at the appropriate time for leadership,

“Let me make this very clear, this is not a campaign, we are law abiding citizens and we know what the law says.

“This is just an inauguration of our executives, so that we can start to mobilise Nigerians,” he added

The acting BOT Chairman commended President Muhammadu Buhari for his giant strides at laying the foundation for a better Nigeria.

Earlier, the Director General, Tinubu Vanguard, Mr. Benjamin Johnny, said the group would harness the strength of grassroots network and support base of progressive minds for a better Nigeira,

He said the group which was formed in January now has presence in 36 states and FCT and the 774 local government areas,

Source” NAN

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