'I swear, Buhari is not corrupt,' Tinubu says

National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu on Friday, May 20, vouched for President Muhammadu Buhari's integrity, saying he won't loot Nigeria's treasury.

Tinubu gave the confirmation at the central command of the Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC) in Abuja, in his offer to appease the worker's party to suspend its progressing inconclusive strike over the climb in fuel cost. 

The APC pioneer asked the bothered specialists to come back to the arrangement table with the legislature, including that without precedent for an extended period of time, work ought to believe the present organization with Nigeria's assets. 

"I can swear that Buhari won't touch a penny for individual increase. He has that character and uprightness to direct Nigeria," Tinubu said. 

The previous Lagos State senator conceded that the Federal Government's choice to build the cost of petrol was not appropriately imparted to worker's organizations. 

He said: "I can't say, I'm a part of the choice that made the circumstance. I can just say I saw the correspondence crevice. What's more, I can't say you are foes of this administration. 

"‎Today, we came here to engage you. Retreat to history, we worked genuine difficult to bring Nigeria on dynamic way. For me a dynamic government is about the welfare of the general population. 

"Mr president, the previous president of NLC, and legislators are here to make it clear that you are not a foe of an administration that is dynamic. 

"This is coincidentally, we should present history… the political history of the nation is not being taught in schools any longer. 

"Buhari is clear. We didn't say we won't have issues with him, however he has respectability. 

"They got SURE-P, however the main thing about SURE-P is corruption.‎ It was certain taking, beyond any doubt preoccupation… . 

"Buhari will listen to us‎; we will cooperate to roll out this improvement conceivable. 

"Give us a chance to take a gander at another system of doing things. 

"Give us a chance to cooperate for a legislature that we know is straightforward. My main goal here is for peace, for us to come back to the arranging table. 

"Give us a chance to manufacture Nigeria, let us make it the middle bit of Africa. 

"Give us a chance to cancel this strike. I c‎ome to ask for the benefit of my gathering." 

Perused: NLC Strike - FG says "no work, no compensation" 

The NLC-drove by its National President, Ayuba Wabba started the across the country strike on Wednesday, May 18, after the union and the Federal Government neglected to achieve a common understanding. 

The specialists are requesting an aggregate inversion of the expanded fuel cost - from the current N145 per liter back to the underlying N86.50. Be that as it may, the administration demands it will switch the cost.