‘Hope Is Here’, Says Tinubu As He Woos Nigerians In Diaspora

The Presidential Candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu, says is so blessed that her citizens need not seek greener pastures elsewhere.

'Hope Is Here', Says Tinubu As He Woos Nigerians In Diaspora

He urges Nigerians considering relocating abroad to reconsider, insisting that opportunities for hope and success can be found within the country.

Tinubu made this statement during a campaign rally in Enugu on Wednesday, pointing out that those who leave the country are often met with struggles and challenges.

He also mentioned that he has personal experience of this, having spent time abroad himself.

“People running away to Canada and Britain are suffering. We have been there, we have seen them all. God bless Nigeria,” he said.

The former governor of Lagos said citizens should be ready to make sacrifices for the good of the country.

“I’m pragmatic, a thinker, a doer, a blessed, brilliant man. The hope is here. The success is here,” he said.

Tinubu said the governments of the southeast should be ready to partner with the federal government to turn the geo-political zone into an industrial hub – a goal he said he is prepared to pursue if elected president.

“If the federal government collaborates with you, if you elect me as the president – [there will] be an industrial hub for Enugu,” he said.

“For Imo, Ebonyi, Anambra, Abia – deep sea ports and fabricating engines. Enugu will become an industrial hub, greater than before. There will be jobs for all of you. You have incredible mineral resources to propel economic recovery.

“You are also an agricultural powerhouse that can produce many cash crops.”

He called on Nigerians to get their permanent voters’ cards (PVCs) because it is a “liberation card”.

“Go and pick your PVC, no matter how much they try to frustrate you,” he said.

“Don’t be frustrated. That PVC is a liberation card, a success card, it is a gold mine. Don’t kid with it.”

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