Group Creates Website to Celebrate Tinubu’s Political Journey

UK-based organization Atlas Global has announced a social media platform for All Progressives Congress standard bearer Bola Tinubu to commemorate 30 years of politics by the former Governor of Lagos State.

According to the group in a press release made available to the punch on Monday, this will allow Nigerians to have access to the presidential candidate.

“More interestingly, we have described some programs to celebrate 30 years of policy by President of Asiwaju Bola Tinubu at Bola Tinubu foundations, a social media platform has been created for Asiwaju to enable Nigerians to have access to this remarkable politician directly speaking their opinions, allowing any registered Nigerian to leave direct messages to Asiwaju and get replies from the great leader. The platform under discussion that will be launched is,

“A 3 Day National Prayer for Nigeria will be held through the celebration of the icon while putting Nigeria in prayers to God for peace and stability. The 3 Days of Praise and Worship will be led by the leading gospel musicians in Nigeria, the foundation’s spokesperson had indicated that prayers would be held at Asiwaju’s home with key religious leaders, but the group stresses the importance of praise and worship which will remind us as the country that we are, the virtues that we represent, that we are first and foremost Nigerians.

Speaking later in the statement, the group’s spokesperson, Babatunde Babalola, noted that his organization was also working on a possible partnership with the Bola Tinubu foundation.

“If all talks go well, the coalition of the Bola Tinubu Foundation and Atlas Global will be the birth of a national initiative focused on revamping community health care, agricultural partnerships with farmers across Nigeria forming new startups in Nigeria creating employment opportunities across Nigeria”.

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