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May 29: Tinubu will make Nigeria better again with God's help - Pastor Adeboye

According to Pastor Enoch Adeboye, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu will fix Nigeria with the assistance of God.

At the regular monthly ceremony of thanksgiving held at the RCCG Headquarters in Ebute-Metta, Adeboye offered this assurance.

Nigeria would grow under Tinubu's rule, the cleric said, in a statement made through his Special Assistant, Pastor Dele Balogun.

Tinubu was asked by the RCCG General Overseer to realise Nigerians' desire for a new nation.

Let's pray that God would aid the next administration and grant it the grace to act morally, he said.

"Thank God the incoming president has pledged to improve Nigeria. Nigeria would succeed under his leadership if God aids him.

On May 29, the President-elect would take office as Nigeria's new leader as President Muhammadu Buhari leaves the position.

Recall that the case filed by the Action Alliance (AA) to challenge Tinubu's victory against the All Progressives Congress (APC) was rejected by the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal in Abuja.

Justices Haruna Simon Tsammani presided over the five-person panel, which also included Stephen Adah, Bolaji Yusuf, Moses Ugo, and Abba Mohammed.

The dismissal, according to Justice Tsammani, who presided over the proceedings, was in accordance with the Electoral Act's rules.

Oba Maduabuchi (SAN) and Malachy Nwaekpe Esq, two solicitors, had previously declared their attendance for the AA.

Both solicitors stated that they had received orders to withdraw the petition from various political party groups.

David Okonigbuan, the party's presidential candidate, filed a petition against INEC, the APC, Bola Tinubu, and Hamza Al Mustapha to contest his disqualification from the election.

Al-Mustapha, a presidential candidate who was registered with INEC, was also fielded by the party.

The petition's withdrawal was not opposed by the case's respondents.

There are currently only four petitions left to be heard in the case.

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