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Tinubu:I Was Security Guard & Now President; Nigeria Can Accommodate Everyone

Addressing Nigerians in India during his participation in the G-20 Summit, Nigerian President Bola Tinubu shared his inspirational journey from being a security guard to becoming the country’s president. He stressed the importance of education in his success story and encouraged Nigerian students in India to prioritize their education.

In a statement released by Ajuri Ngelale, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Tinubu expressed gratitude for the role of good education in his life, highlighting that it paved the way for his presidency. He recounted his humble beginnings, including working as a security guard and serving as a school tutor. Tinubu also mentioned his outstanding academic achievements and how he joined Deloitte, a prominent international accounting firm, where he received training due to his educational background. His career eventually led him to Exxon Mobil, where he achieved success as an accountant, auditor-general, and treasurer before entering politics with a determined attitude.

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President Tinubu encouraged Nigerians to remain hopeful and determined, emphasizing that Nigeria has the capacity to accommodate everyone, regardless of their regional origins. He highlighted the nation’s rich diversity, culture, and traditions as assets that, if leveraged effectively, could contribute to prosperity and national development.

In summary, President Tinubu’s message conveyed his remarkable journey from humble beginnings to the presidency, emphasizing the value of education and determination. He encouraged Nigerians to harness the nation’s diversity for the benefit of all citizens.

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