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Collective Effort Crucial To Tinubu’s Govt Success – Buhari

As President Bola Tinubu marks his first year in office, a former President, Muhammadu Buhari has extended his heartfelt congratulations and best wishes.

Tinubu succeeded Buhari as Nigeria’s president in the 25th of February, 2023 general elections.

He was sworn in on 29th May, 2023, alongside his deputy, Kashim Shettima.

Tinubu will mark his first anniversary in office on Wednesday (tomorrow).

A Tuesday statement signed by Buhari’s spokesperson, Garba Shehu highlighted the significance of this milestone and the importance of unity and support from all Nigerians.

The statement was titled, “One Year of Tinubu Administration: Ex-President Buhari Conveys Good Wishes to President.”

Buhari urged citizens to continue fostering national unity and goodwill, emphasizing that collective effort is crucial for the success of the Tinubu administration.

“Former President Muhammadu Buhari extends his best wishes to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu on the completion of his first year in office.

“The former president appealed to all citizens to continue to strengthen the thread of national unity and goodwill,” it read.

According to the statement, Buhari appealed to the public to offer their blessings and unwavering support to Tinubu.

“He also appealed to them to give their blessings and support to the Tinubu administration so that it can succeed in its efforts to build a Nigeria of our dreams.

“President Buhari expressed his wish for a successful tenure in office by the Tinubu administration,” it added.

Also, the former president expressed his hope for a successful tenure, reinforcing his confidence in Tinubu’s leadership and vision for the country.

Buhari, like Tinubu, was elected president under the ruling party, All Progressives Congress in 2015.

He ran two successive terms from 2015 to 2023.

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