The welfare of the people has been given top priority by the current administration, as stated by Senator Oluremi Tinubu, the wife of President Bola Tinubu.
This, she said is driving the implementation of bold policies and programs aimed at securing a promising future.
These commitments were made by Mrs Tinubu at a dinner hosted in her honour by the Nigerians in Diaspora Organization, NIDO in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
She underlined that the present administration in the country is geared towards the well-being of Nigerians, as evidenced by the implementation of bold policies and programs.
‘I can assure you. You can trust my husband. Nigeria is like a fresh baby that we have to nurture. We hope to lay a good foundation that generations will be able to build upon.’
‘We are in it to make sure we can turn our nation around’.
Representing NIDO in Sierra Leone, President Engr. A. Abiodun conveyed a strong belief in President Bola Tinubu’s administration, pledging to continuously support the government.
They praised Mrs. Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Initiative, acknowledging and appreciating all its accomplishments to date.
They encouraged her to work in tandem with other African First Ladies, replicating initiatives such as empowering widows and orphans of the Armed Forces in their individual countries.
A request was made for Mrs. Tinubu to provide assistance to the Nigerian community in Sierra Leone, specifically in the implementation of their project for a Nigerian Hospital.
Individuals speaking on behalf of Nigerians emphasized the desire for government involvement to ensure the participation of those in the diaspora in upcoming voting processes.
Mrs. Tinubu attended Sierra Leone at the behest of the country’s First Lady to observe the UN Day dedicated to preventing and healing from Child Sexual Exploitation, Abuse, and Violence on November 18.