Tinubu: Prince Adegoroye, Here’s A Man In His 70s Who’s Just Suffered A Public Tumble Yet He Got Up

Yunusa Tanko "Peter Obi Has No Tribal Or Religious Sentiment, When He Was Gov His ADC Was A Hausa Man"President Bola Tinubu’s fortitude and resiliency have been lauded by Prince Ademola Adegoroye, the former Minister of State for Transportation, following his recent collapse during Democracy Day celebrations. Working with Tinubu since 2001, Adegoroye expressed his respect for the President’s courage and commitment, stating that it serves as a reminder that great leadership is about being flexible and dedicated to serving others, rather than being flawless.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

In a statement he released, he said, “Here is a man in his 70s, who has just suffered a public tumble, yet he got up, dusted himself off, and continued with the event as if nothing had happened.

“In a world where leaders often prioritize image over substance, Asiwaju’s display of resilience and determination was a breathe of fresh air. It was a powerful reminder that true leadership is not about being infallible, but about being courageous, adaptable and committed to serving others.”

According to the report by Vanguard on Friday, Adegoroye noted that Tinubu’s willingness to learn from mistakes, listen to others, and adapt and grow sets him apart as a leader.

He said that the President is not perfect and will make mistakes, but his ability to confront weaknesses and seek help when needed is inspiring.

The former Minister added that Nigerians should learn from Tinubu’s contagious strength and resilience, and that the country needs more leaders like him who will inspire excellence and perseverance in the face of adversity.

He said, “Let us learn from his example, and strive to be leaders who make a difference in our own unique ways. For it is only by embracing our own resilience and determination that we can truly achieve greatness and make a lasting impact on our world.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>