No One Can Take Your Achievements – Tinubu To Buhari

The Presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress, APC, Bola Tinubu, says no one can take away the achievement of President Muhammadu Buhari.

No One Can Take Your Achievements - Tinubu To Buhari
Bola Ahmed Tinubu

Tinubu said this on Tuesday at the ministerial performance review retreat held at the presidential villa in Abuja.

He said Buhari’s achievements might go unappreciated at the moment but the history books would be fair to the president.

Tinubu promised that if elected, he will show due honor to the efforts and legacies of the President and work in the spirit of unity, and national purpose that informed the creation of the party.

Tinubu said his government will be devoted to continuity, particularly to projects that will bring prosperity to the citizens, while his guiding principle will be hinged on providing the best of progressive governance and reform the nation.

“May I say this to you, to the entire team, the things you have done are important and enduring, try as they might, no one can take those achievements away from you,” he said.

“Yet, it is the fate of the selfless worker to labor too hard and too long to write his own story.

“He would rather accomplish all the things to do than focus attention on himself or herself. Thus, his history is not always laid out accurately too.

“His labor and achievements may go unappreciated for a moment, however, that moment cannot last and cannot lie, in due course, the full essence of this administration and the contribution would be well known and understood very well.”

Speaking at the opening of the ministerial retreat on Monday, Boss Mustapha, secretary to the government of the federation (SGF), said the event was meant to showcase key achievements of the Buhari administration.

“Secondly, it will reflect on lessons and good practices from the Kenyan presidential delivery unit while the third is ways to accelerate the delivery of flagship projects and programs of the Buhari administration before the end of the tenure in May 2023,” Mustapha said.

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