Mr Tinubu, 71, will succeed President Muhammadu Buhari for a tenure of four years after taking oath of office on May 29.
The APC chieftain said “the governors have no excuse for contributing to the material conditions which deepened poverty and insecurity in Nigeria.”
Meanwhile, most of the world’s population growth is concentrated among the poorest countries.
Food shortages are worsening in Tunisia, with empty shelves in supermarkets and bakeries.
“You will suffer for eight years If you don’t vote for the right people,” said the WOWICAN president.
“But the avoided disruptions would save an estimated $4.2 trillion over the useful life of new infrastructure,” said the World Bank climate director.
A Bank Report projected that the number of poor Nigerians has increased by 14.7 per cent over the last four years and could hit 95.1 by year end.
The ruling party’s presidential candidate indicated in his acceptance remarks that he would be running against the opposition rather than on his party’s record.
“Nigeria is in an extreme state of poverty and insecurity,” he stressed. “The government needs to do more towards addressing these challenges.”
Mr Obaje said that the programme would be implemented along 11 Disbursement Linked Indicators.