A pro-Tinubu group, The Mandate Movement (TMM) has unveiled a website to assist in educating Nigerians on the policies of President Bola Tinubu led administration aimed at repositioning the country for economic growth .


In his address at the unveiling of the website at their secretariat in Lagos, the Director of Media and Publicity of the Movement, Dr. Seyi Bamigbade said the setting up of the website is in line with the promotion of the achievements of President Bola Tinubu-led administration.


According to him, the membership session of the website https://themandatemovement.org is targeting the mobilization of two million members into its fold in line with the directive of the National Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC), Dr. Abdullahi Ganduje.


“We commend our National leader, Cardinal James Omolaja Odunmbaku, who we address as Baba Eto for consistently showing leadership, making The Mandate Movement the envy of others through mass mobilization of people of all social strata, including the Gen Z to pitch tent with our fold”, he stated.


He also announced a fresh skills acquisition and empowerment scheme in support of President Tinubu’s Renewed Hope agenda which seeks to alleviate poverty.

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 Bamigbade assured that the website will not be used as a platform to spread propaganda but real time achievements of the Tinubu administration.


“As you may be aware, we are a support group with the cardinal aim of researching and identifying credible candidates during elections and mobilizing our rich network to give our backing in ensuring the victory of our candidates.


“We must not be standing aloof when it matters most especially in choosing those who preside over us as leaders. As stakeholders in the project Nigeria, time has come to adopt a strategic approach in raising the frontiers for good leadership and that begins with investing our interest.


Present at the occasion was the Assistant Secretary of TMM Barrister Kayode Tinubu, TMM Women Leader Akindele Adunni Opeyemi and many other dignitaries.