The Progressive Nigerians for Sustainable Future (PNSF) affirmed that despite Nigeria’s challenges at both national and state levels, it remains the envy of the international community.
Mr Ade Omole, Co-convener of the group, made the revelation at a dinner on Saturday in Abuja, organized to celebrate President Bola Tinubu’s first 100 days in office.
Omole who was the Director of Diaspora for the defunct All Progressives Congress Presidential Campaign Council (PCC), congratulated Nigerains on the peaceful transition, inauguration, and successful 100 days of Tinubu in office.
He said it was an indication of the growing commitment of Nigeria’s leadership and its citizens to the principle of democracy and good governance.
In addition, he noted that it was imperative that we build on our achievements as elder statesperson, leaders and captains of industries.
“Our followers look up to us to provide direction, guidance and a solid foundation for Nigeria’s political and economic development,” Omole said.
He further added that the continued support and prayers of Nigerians were still needed in the challenging, but not impossible task of nation building.
He congratulated Tinubu, and Vice-President Kashim Shettima for steering the ship of state in the right direction since May 29.
He also congratulated them on their victory at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal and commended their maturity and statesmanship.
Omole said Tinubu’s unprecedented accomplishments in just 100 days in office, was a pointer to a just, prosperous, and sustainable Nigeria that all would be proud of.
He noted that policy decisions so far taken by the Tinubu presidency had pulled the country from the brink of socio-economic catastrophe.
He described some of the policies as the first line charge that had rekindled the hopes of the Nigerian public in their beliefs that better days were still possible in the polity.
Omole said much of the party’s manifesto was built on Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda.
“On President Tinubu’s inauguration day on Monday, May 29, 2023, he announced that the fuel subsidy had ended, reiterating that it was dead and buried.