Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), has called on president Bola Tinubu to prioritise solving the challenges of security and economic struggles and work tirelessly to find lasting solutions that will improve the livelihoods of Nigerians.
The president of CAN, Archbishop Daniel Okoh, in a congratulatory message on behalf of the association to president Tinubu for the success of his inauguration as the 16th president of Nigeria, described the inauguration as a momentous occasion for Nigeria and wished him well as he takes on the responsibilities of leading Nigeria.
According to the association, Nigeria is facing many challenges that require strong and decisive leadership from the new administration.
“From security concerns to economic struggles, it is clear that there is much work to be done in order to ensure that Nigeria can reach its full potential.
“We urge president Tinubu to prioritise these issues and to work tirelessly to find lasting solutions that will improve the livelihoods of the people of Nigeria.
“As we face our common challenges, Nigerians must come together as a people with a spirit of unity and a great sense of accommodation to form a potent force,” he stated.
CAN said that to this end, they believe that as president Tinubu engages the active participation of all Nigerians regardless of their political, ethnic, and religious leanings, Nigeria can overcome all obstacles to emerge stronger than ever.
“Once again, we congratulate president Tinubu and wish him all the best as he begins the onerous task of leading Nigeria at this time of our national history,” he said.