A former British Prime Minister, Sir Tony Blair, has expressed his readiness to support the incoming administration of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu to succeed in office.
Blair spoke yesterday when he visited the President-elect at the Defence House, Abuja.
He said the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change, which he founded, would be a willing partner of the Tinubu administration especially in prioritising its goals and delivery.
A statement from the office of the President-elect, signed by Abdulaziz Abdulaziz quoted Blair as saying, “We would like to help in any way with your administration. We only need to know what the leadership priorities are and help in how to actualise them.”
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Blair, however, acknowledged the difficult task before Tinubu and other leaders, at a time of global turmoil.
“Being in government today anywhere in the world is tough. You have things happening around the world which affect you and for which you can’t do anything much,” he said.
President-elect Tinubu, in his response, expressed appreciation to Blair for the visit and for his offer to work with his administration.
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