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Nigeria, according to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, requires more proactive and prepared leaders to bring the country together. 
Nigeria needs leaders who can bring the country together, according to Osinbajo.

Nigeria, according to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, requires more proactive and prepared leaders to bring the country together. On the occasion of the monarch's first coronation anniversary, he announced this in Lagos on Sunday during a courtesy visit to the palace of Oniru of Iruland, Oba Abdulwasiu Omogbolahan Lawal. Laolu Akande, the Vice President's Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, stated this in a statement headed, "Nigeria needs leaders prepared to unify Nigerians, Osinbajo says at Oniru's One Year Coronation Anniversary."


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“Our country requires all of the best leaders, the most proactive leaders, and leaders capable of uniting the country. “Lagos is a microcosm of Nigeria; everyone is here, and if things go well here, the rest of the country would be fine.” “I'm sure your job here is that of someone who brings people together from all walks of life, not just Yorubas. And I see that you have gone to other places, as evidenced by your choice of chiefs, and I believe this is the mindset of great leaders.”



Traditional rulers cannot be relegated, according to the Vice President, because of the exposure and education of people who hold those posts now. The Oniru of Iruland congratulated the Vice President for his leadership and commitment to the country's advancement in his words.



“You are a leader, and we will continue to follow your lead. The Vice President and I have always had a friendly connection. “I assure you, Mr. Vice President, that I will not let you down, that I will safeguard the growth of this kingdom, and that I will be just.” 

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