Abuja – Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the presidential candidate of All Progressives Congress (APC), has assured parents of availability of food to feed their children.
Tinubu gave this assurance on Thursday in Abuja at the 20th annual Daily Trust Dialogue.
The 2023 edition of the dialogue has the theme, “Interrogating the 2023 Presidential Agenda.”
The event is organised by the Media Trust Group (MTG), owners of Daily Trust newspapers and Trust Television.
Tinubu Assured Parents
“We seek a Nigerian where no parent is compelled to send a child to bed hungry, worried whether tomorrow shall bring food.
“We assure you that there will be plenty of food to feed your children.
“We will make affordable health care, education and housing accessible for all, and importantly, we lead and deliver bold and assertive security measures to enable a strong, yet adaptive national security architecture.
“That will obliterate kidnapping, banditry and violent crimes from the face of our nation.”
2023: 15 Things You Should Know About Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu
Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Adekunle Tinubu was born on 29th March 1952, he is a Nigerian accountant and politician who served as the Governor of Lagos State from 1999 to 2007 and Senator for Lagos West during the brief Third Republic.
Below are some fascinating things about Tinubu that are exceptional and are worthy of sharing.
1. He was born and christened Adekunle Bola Ahmed Tinubu on March 29, 1952 in Lagos Nigeria.
2. He attended St. John’s primary school, Aroloya Lagos and Children’s Home school in Ibadan.
Tinubu then went to United States at Richard J. Daley College in Chicago, Illinois, and later at Chicago state University in 1975.
3. Tinubu is a Muslim, and He is married to Oluremi Tinubu, the current senator of the Lagos Central district.
4. Tinubu’s mother Abibatu Mogaji, died on 15 June 2013, at the age of 96.
5. On 31 October 2017, his son Jide Tinubu had a heart attack while in London and was later confirmed dead.
6. On 8 June 2022, Tinubu won the presidential primary of the ruling All Progressive Congress scoring 1,271, to defeat Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and Rotimi Amaechi who scored 235 and 316 respectively.