The Aareonakakanfo of Yorubaland, Iba Gani Adams has charged President Bola Tinubu on the need to restructure Nigeria.
Adams said restructuring is the best solution to the foundational problems of the Nigerian nation.
The Yoruba leader is congratulating Tinubu on his victory at the Supreme Court, which affirmed him as the rightful winner of the 2023 presidential election.
While saying Tinubu’s victory at the apex court was an affirmation of the popular mandate given to him by Nigerians, Adams stated that in every election, there is always a winner and a loser.
“But the underlining fact remains that we are all one, indivisible Nigeria that is binded by fate to be the leading nation in Africa,” he said.
The OPC leader maintained that Nigeria is currently going through a lot at the moment, “but it must be said that your victory has given rise to a leadership that this time demands. And we must agree with the fact that this is truly a new chapter in the political trajectory of Nigeria”.
“However, let me say it for posterity that Nigerians, irrespective of our ethnic nationalities have common belief in the strength of our diversity
“And your commitment to continue to serve all Nigerians of all political persuasions, tribes and faiths with honour and respect for the diverse opinions and uniting values of our citizens should be the fulcrum of your administration.
“As the Aareonakakanfo of Yoruba land, I believe in restructuring as the best solution to the foundational problem of Nigeria, I will continue to support your administration as a Yoruba man, a brother and father of the nation, especially, a Nigerian nation that is tied to this political ideology.
“It is the dream of our founding fathers to see Nigeria becoming a prosperous nation. A nation that is ready to fulfill its dreams and the collective aspirations of the citizens.
“It is this belief that should, therefore be the guiding light that would help in directing the energy of our people towards building a virile, stronger, united, and more prosperous country.
“Your Excellency, as I share in your moment of victory, let the reform and the Renewed Agenda of your administration begin; it is my hope that Nigeria will grow from strength to strength for it to fulfill the dream of our founding fathers.
“Asiwaju, congratulations once again. I pray God and the Yoruba ancestors to guide your path as you fulfill the destiny of our dear nation.”