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Remi Tinubu declares that his family does not require Nigeria’s wealth to survive

Senator Oluremi Tinubu, the wife of the incoming president of Nigeria, has stated that her family does not require the wealth of Nigeria in order to survive. She also stated that both she and her husband, the incoming president Bola Tinubu, require the grace of God in order to govern.

She also emphasized how important it is for Nigerians to pray for them while assuring them that the government led by Tinubu would make the right decision.

This information was shared by Oluremi during the inter-denominational church service that was held for the 2023 presidential inauguration at the National Christian Centre in Abuja on May 28.

The incoming First Lady of Nigeria asserts that every citizen of Nigeria has a rightful share in the nation’s wealth.

Remi said that she was humbled by her husband’s victory at the polls, and then she added that it was time for the country to come together in a spirit of renewed hope and anticipate the best.

She spoke those words to us, “God has been merciful to us. I can vouch for my coworkers and myself when I say that none of us ever imagined something like this being possible. However, we should give thanks to God for bestowing hope upon us and for endowing us with the fortitude to keep running the race of life.

“Asiwaju is 71 years old and I will be 63 years old. It’s a good bet that I’ll be one of the oldest first ladies Nigeria has ever had. We need God’s grace, and we need everyone to fulfill what the Nigerian people expect of them.

“Just as he did on the night of the primaries, God has put his stamp of approval on today’s events by demonstrating once again how much he can be trusted. Because when I saw that the total number of votes was 1,271, I said to God, “It means you are here.”

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“I was brought down to my absolute lowest point. And to think that this will be the seventh democratic transition in a row that Nigeria will go through demonstrates that the country is currently living in a time of perfection.

In addition to that, she mentioned that her husband will be adding the seventh consecutive one to his resume on Monday, which is a significant milestone since 1999.

After that, she prayed that, with God’s assistance, they would be able to put the nation back on the right track.

Remi stated, “Perfection in the sense that, in the word of God, I remember for over two years we have been praying in our churches, according to Isaiah 43:18-19, that we should not remember the former things, that God is going to do a new thing.” This prayer was in response to the passage that states that we should not remember the former things. Even after this new development, we continued to argue with God about other things. Who can argue with the one who made them? No one.

Psalm 133:1-3 is the passage that we have been hearing today. Lessons are unable to flow downward unless there is unity. Now is the time for Nigerians to band together, so that we may rediscover the joy of having hope in our lives. to have hope in Nigeria, as sung by our younger children here earlier today. They are hopeful that things will turn out well for Nigeria.

“The commonwealth of all Nigerians is Nigeria’s wealth. It is shared by each and every person. The Lord has been good to my family. We don’t need the wealth of Nigeria to survive; we just need it so that we can act morally. And I promise you here at this altar that with your help and with God’s help, we will steer this nation back onto the path that leads to prosperity.

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