Olu of Orile-Ilawo urges Nigerians to have patience with President Tinubu since he is aware of their struggles

Oba (Prof) Alexander Olusegun MacGregor, the Olu of Orile-Ilawo in Ogun State’s Odeda Local Government Area, has urged Nigerians to be patient with President Bola Tinubu, telling them that he is aware of the difficulties facing the nation. This was said by the Oba on Friday when he spoke to reporters at Iwe Iroyin, Okelewo, in the state capital of Abeokuta. He argued that president Tinubu was in the best position to lead Nigeria to the promised land since it was not an easy country to run. He pointed out that President Tinubu was surrounded by persons who were very talented and qualified to take leadership roles. President Tinubu was urged by Oba McGregor not to forget the pledges he made to Nigerians during the campaign. However, he prayed to God for President Tinubu, asking him to provide him good health and the capacity to meet Nigeria’s difficulties and keep his commitments. Nigeria is a very challenging nation to run. Bola Ahmed Tinubu is the only person who can comprehend problems and inspire others to work with him to find solutions, according to him. “He shouldn’t forget the commitments because he came to Abeokuta to say ‘Emilokan’ and is now saying ‘Awalokan’ to inquire of him.

I firmly believe he would keep his word. He is surrounded by numerous individuals and possesses a wide range of talents. He has the ability to identify potential talent. Nigerians must exercise patience and offer him their prayers. There will be difficult times, but there will also be happy times, he continued. “My prayer for Tinubu is that God grant him good health, the fortitude to endure the problems of Nigeria, and fulfil all the promises he made to the people of Nigeria.