Former First Lady of Lagos State, Senator Oluremi Tinubu yesterday spoke on the All Progressives Congress (APC)’s vision for change, stressing that a lot of mobilisation and sacrifices must be made to achieve the goal.
She said Nigerians have a unique opportunity to effect progressive change and install a people-centred leadership, in the next general election, in the national interest.
Senator Tinubu said: “As we approach 2015, we have to be watchful, keep abreast of what is going on in the polity and ensure that we repeat the model that Osun has shown us.… Read the rest
Senator Oluremi Tinubu representing Lagos Central Senatorial District at the National Assembly, recently gave an account of her activities in the Senate in the last three years before the media and members of her constituency.
The event which was held at her constituency office, the Rehoboth House,Yaba, Lagos Mainland, had in atendance Lagos Central APC leader Prince Oluyole Olusi; Lagos APC Secretary Eshinlokun Sanni; former Minister of State for Defence Chief Demola Seriki; one-time Finance Commissioner Wale Edun; Alhaji Mutiu Are and Yaba Local Council Development Area (LCDA) Chairman Jide Jimoh among others.… Read the rest
Senator Oluremi Tinubu (Lagos Central) reflected yesterday on the state of the nation, urging Nigerians to vote wisely in next year’s general elections.
She lamented the rot in the polity, the collapse of social infrastructure, graduate unemployment, growing insecurity and other challenges, which she said, had overwhelmed the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)-led Federal Government.
Mrs. Tinubu said: “Nigerians will see changes, if the All Progressives Congress (APC) wins the 2015 elections and forms the government at the centre.”
Briefing reporters at her constituency office, the Rehoboth House,Yaba, Lagos Mainland, on her activities in the Senate in the last three years, she said the National Assembly would have impacted more positively on the country, if it was dominated by the APC.… Read the rest
Senator Oluremi Tinubu has decried the Federal Government’s handling of the rescue of over 200 students kidnapped from Government Girls Secondary School, Chibok on 14 April this year.
The Senator representing Lagos Central Senatorial District, who stated this on Sunday during a news conference in Lagos, southwest Nigeria, to mark her third anniversary of representing the constituency at the Senate, blamed the President Goodluck Jonathan-led Federal Government for the poorly handled rescue efforts.… Read the rest