Tinubu's Speech in Favour of Izunaso

...Tita Onyebuchi Nze >Abuja<

Political analysts, Social observers, critical stakeholders as well as top media professionals have on different platforms described Tinubu's Inuagural speech as favourable to the aspirations of distinguished Senator Osita Izunaso as the next Senate President of the 10th National assembly.

An APC member and political analyst, Hon. Nkem Anyata from Nasarawa State reviewing the text described Tinubu's Presidential maiden broadcast as a near perfect speech, he observed that, apart from the fact that, the speech captured and reflected major parts of the country's needs, Hon. Nkem emphasized that a critical look at the text clearly gave Senator Osita Izunaso an edge over all others contesting the position of the Senate President.

Hon. Nkem pointed out that, when President Tinubu mentioned that he will fight corruption, the message was in favour of Senator Izunaso; when President Tinubu mentioned that "Nigerians should recommit themselves to placing the country in their hearts and as the indispensable home for each and everyone regardless of creed, ethnicity, or place of birth, to see every part of the country first as Nigerians irrespective of where the individual comes from", the message goes a long way in favour of the people of the Southeast and by extension to Sen Izunaso's Senate Presidency ambition in particular.

A media consultant who simply identified himself as Mr Kehinde also posited that the summary of President Tinubu's Inaugural speech simply indicated that Senator Osita Izunaso's chances of clinching the Senate President's seat is brighter! Right from the angle of not being enmeshed in corruption baggage, to the angle of fairness and equity, which the President made very clear in his speech, that all geopolitical zones of the country shall be well accommodated in his administration, to the angle of stability and inclusivity, mr Kehinde opined that all are in fovour of Sen. Izunaso.

Excerpts of President Tinubu's Inaugural speech 

which is in favour of Sen. Izunaso reads in part;

- "Our administration shall govern on your behalf but never rule over you. We shall consult and dialogue but never dictate. We shall reach out to all but never put down a single person for holding views contrary to our own.

- "We are here to further mend and heal this nation, not tear and injure it".

- "Today, let us recommit our very selves to placing Nigeria in our hearts as the indispensable home for each and every one of us regardless of creed, ethnicity, or place of birth."

- "Our mission is to improve our way of life in a manner that nurtures our humanity, encourages compassion toward one another, and duly rewards our collective effort to resolve the social ills that seek to divide us."

- "Our constitution and laws give us a nation on paper. We must work harder at bringing these noble documents to life by strengthening the bonds of economic collaboration, social cohesion, and cultural understanding. Let us develop a shared sense of fairness and equity."

- "The South must not only seek good for itself but must understand that its interests are served when good comes to the North. The North must see the South likewise".

- "Whether from the winding creeks of the Niger Delta, the vastness of the northern savannah, the boardrooms of Lagos, the bustling capital of Abuja, or the busy markets of Onitsha, you are all my people. As your president, I shall serve with prejudice toward none but compassion and amity towards all."

The principles that will guide our administration are simple:

1. Nigeria will be impartially governed according to the constitution and the rule of law.

2. We shall defend the nation from terror and all forms of criminality that threaten the peace and stability of our country and our subregion.

3. We shall remodel our economy to bring about growth and development through job creation, food security and an end of extreme poverty.

4. In our administration, Women and youth will feature prominently.

- 5. "Our government will continue to take proactive steps such as championing a credit culture to discourage corruption while strengthening the effectiveness and efficiency of the various anti-corruption agencies."


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