67th Birthday: Tinubu, quintessential statesman - Lagos lawmaker hails

67th Birthday: Tinubu, quintessential statesman - Lagos lawmaker hails

- A Lagos lawmaker, Tunde Braimoh, has described Asiwaju Bola Tinubu as quintessential politician

- The encomium was expressed for the APC national leader as he clocked 67 years on March 28

- Braimoh, representing Kosofe constituency II, spoke against the backdrop of the 67th birthday celebration of the APC national leader

A Lagos lawmaker, Tunde Braimoh, has described Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, as a “quintessential statesman, clairvoyant articulator, cerebral aggregator, ingenious evaluator and dexterous administrator.”

Braimoh, the chairman of Lagos state House of Assembly committee on judiciary, human rights, public petition and LASIEC, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos that Tinubu remained a trailblazer.

The lawmaker, representing Kosofe constituency II at the Lagos Assembly, spoke against the backdrop of the 67th birthday celebration of the national leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) on Friday, March 28.

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He said: “Asiwaju is that trailblazer of modern progressive tendency whose mantra and toga is to make the greatest happiness go to the greatest number of people.

“One day, when the history of a reoriented, reinvented and reformed populist, safe and prosperous Nigeria is written, Asiwaju will surely be depicted as one of the few who stood firm where many others wavered.

“Asiwaju will be credited as one of the few whose constant, relentless and resilient thirst for positive change occasioned better life for the populace.''

According to him, the people are unshaken in the faith and belief in Tinubu’s quest for life abundance for all Nigerians regardless of class, creed, race or religion.

Braimoh prayed for more divine ennoblement for Tinubu.

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Nigeria’s elder statesman, Tanko Yakasai, had said the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) might be rooting for the party’s national leader, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, or Vice President Yemi Osinbajo to take over from Muhammadu Buhari in 2023.

Yakasai said he was sure of an unwritten understanding that the presidential candidacy of the APC would shift to the south west and have Osinbajo or Tinubu fly its ticket.

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