On Tuesday, a delegation led by Former Ghanaian President John Mahama paid an early congratulatory visit to Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu at his residence in Abuja. The visit was in honor of Tinubu’s recent election as the President-elect of Nigeria.
Among the delegation were several high-ranking officials, including Vice President-to-be, governors, and well-wishers. The atmosphere was one of excitement and celebration, as everyone present congratulated Tinubu on his victory and wished him well as he prepared to take the reins of power.
Former President Goodluck Jonathan was also in attendance, and he spoke at length about the importance of unity and cooperation in moving the country forward. He praised Tinubu for his leadership skills and his commitment to the people of Nigeria, and he urged everyone to work together to ensure a smooth transition of power.
The visit lasted for several hours, during which time the guests had the opportunity to speak with Tinubu and offer their support and advice. They discussed a range of issues, including the economy, security, and social welfare, and they all expressed their confidence in Tinubu’s ability to lead the country in the right direction.
Overall, the visit was a testament to the goodwill and friendship that exists between Nigeria and Ghana, and it served as a reminder of the importance of regional cooperation and solidarity.
As Tinubu prepares to take on the challenges of the presidency, he can rest assured that he has the support and backing of some of the most influential and respected leaders in the region.
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