President-elect Bola Tinubu has returned to Nigeria just eight days before his scheduled inauguration.
After spending a week in Europe, Tinubu arrived back in the country on Saturday, May 20.
His trip to Europe, which began on May 10, was focused on finalizing transition plans, programs, and policy options with his key aides, away from unnecessary pressures and distractions.
Tinubu’s spokesman, Tunde Rahman, confirmed the purpose of the trip, emphasizing the significance of fine-tuning strategies for the upcoming administration.
Now that Tinubu is back, he is expected to resume preparations for assuming office and addressing the challenges that lie ahead.
As the president-elect, his actions and decisions will be closely monitored by Nigerians who eagerly await the implementation of his promised policies and initiatives.
The return marks a critical phase in the transition process, as Tinubu begins to translate his vision into concrete actions for the benefit of the Nigerian people.
The nation will now be keenly observing the steps he takes to tackle pressing issues and fulfill the expectations placed upon him.