Moment Tinubu Couldn’t Answer Questions, Beckon on El-Rufai, Edun to Help him Talk on how his Govt would handle Security and Economy at Chatham House lecture
During the News Men-covered Chatham House lecture, “Nigeria’s 2023 Elections: In Conversation with Bola Ahmed Tinubu,” Tinubu spoke.
After giving the lecture’s introduction, Tinubu asked Kaduna Governor Nasir El-Rufai to speak about how his (Tinubu’s) government would deal with insecurity.
In response to questions about security, El-Rufai said that new strategies, such as increasing the number of security personnel, are needed to combat banditry, terrorism, separatism, and oil theft.
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The Bola Tinubu administration already has a plan that is included in our action plan to address this, and the numbers need to change. The size of the armed forces will increase. The Kaduna governor said, “We will ramp up not just the numbers but also the training and the equipment.
He also asked Dele Aleke, the APC Presidential Campaign Council’s director of strategic communication, to address a question about oil theft.
Alake responded to the query regarding Tinubu’s plans to end oil theft in six months and help Nigerians out of poverty if elected.
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The ability of the private sector to invest in ways that will boost productivity, expand the economy, generate jobs, and combat poverty, he said, is the key to his strategy for boosting economic growth.
Wale Edun, a former commissioner for finance in the Lagos State government, was chosen by Tinubu to speak on his behalf when asked how he would improve the economy if elected.
Questions were also answered by others, such as former Ekiti Governor Kayode Fayemi, Speaker of the House of Representatives Femi Gbajabiamila, and APC National Women’s Leader Dr. Betta Edu.
In addition, Gbajabiamila answered inquiries about Tinubu’s defence strategies, healthcare delivery, how to use brain drain to the nation’s advantage, and other topics. He also spoke to the question of Tinubu’s defence strategies.
Why I delegated El-Rufai, Ayade, others to answer questions at Chatham House – Tinubu
Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate for president, has provided an explanation for why he designated some party members to respond to inquiries made of him.
The former governor of Lagos claimed that he used the delegation strategy “to show team-ship.”
“Let me here demonstrate one of those philosophies and doctrines that I firmly believe in.
It is team-ship, an unbreakable team,” said Tinubu. I will assign it to my team to show that.
When it comes to education, Tinubu pledged to offer student loans and to update the Almajiri educational system used in northern Nigeria.
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