Our bond with Nigerians will define our legacy, Vice President Shettima said

Considering the expectations of Nigerians and the high hopes the world has on Nigeria, Tinubu’s government will ensure that the country’s fortunes receive a huge boost in growth and development, Vice President Kashim Shettima assured. The Vice President gave the assurance when he received some members of his postgraduate alumni of the University of Ibadan as well as members of the 1989/1990 batch of the National Youth Service Corps with whom he served in Calabar.

Speaking at his office at the Presidential Villa on Thursday, the Vice President noted that the impact of the administration will be a huge legacy, hence the government’s commitment to improving the livelihood of Nigerians.

In his address to the postgraduate alumni of the University of Ibadan, Vice President Shettima said the transient nature of human life demands that he must recognize that both he and President Tinubu are but the first among equals in Nigeria and on behalf of the Nigerian people a be a confidant.

Senator Shettima, in a statement released by the Senior Special Assistant to the President, Office of the Vice President, Stanley Nkwocha, said: “I always believe that power is a humbling experience. We spend more of our lives outside of power than inside of power. And most importantly, I see it as a gift from God. Asiwaju and I hold the most important positions in this country, not because of our intellectual acumen or political acumen, but purely by the grace of God.

“We do not hold our positions because of our physical prowess, and certainly not because of our origins. There are people with a superior origin than us. It is a gift from God and a call to serve humanity for a very short time, and the impact we make in the lives of our people will determine our position here and in the hereafter.

“So for me it’s a humbling experience. It is an opportunity to add value to a great country like ours, especially as Nigeria’s projected demographic growth suggests that we need to improve the quality of governance in an effort to mitigate a looming demographic disaster.”

Earlier, Prof. Oluwayemisi Arowosoge, who led the postgraduate alumni of the University of Ibadan, called on the Tinubu State government to prioritize improved agricultural production by promoting a year-round farming system, emphasizing on value addition.

She also encouraged the government to build more earthen dams and empower women across the country in a bid to ensure the success of the proposed initiative. For his part, Barr said. Baba Burma, who led the Vice President’s group of corps members in Calabar, said they were at the Presidential Villa to congratulate him and commend President Tinubu’s progress in leadership. He said although there are challenges at the moment, the nation would get through it and come through. better off.

He particularly commended the Vice President for his commitment and dedication in some of the tasks his office has carried out to date, noting that they were not surprised given his antecedents.

The group prayed for God’s guidance and wisdom for the Vice President as he supports President Tinubu in leading Nigeria on the path of prosperity and progress.

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