President-elect Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has called on all Nigerians to embrace the healing process as the election cycle comes to a close. He is urging the nation to let peace reign as they move forward together.
Tinubu also reassured Nigerians of his commitment to inclusive governance, ensuring that the country reaches its full potential under his leadership.
In a statement signed in Abuja on Tuesday, Tinubu congratulated all the governors-elect and state lawmakers-elect, urging them to be magnanimous in victory and those who lost to show tolerance and respect for the greater interest of the nation.
He acknowledged the importance of the just-concluded governorship and state Houses of Assembly elections to the growth and sustenance of democracy and democratic governance at the state level.
Tinubu emphasized the significance of consolidating democratic governance at the sub-national level. He believes that this will bring more development and improved quality of life to the masses. The more Nigeria entrenches and consolidates the gains of its democratic venture across the country, the more the people will benefit in terms of dividends of democracy and good governance.
Furthermore, Tinubu praised President Muhammadu Buhari, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), security agencies, observer groups, civil society organizations, development partners, and the electorate for the success of the elections. He stressed the need to entrench and consolidate the gains of Nigeria’s democratic venture across the length and breadth of the country.
The President-elect also urged all governors-elect and state lawmakers-elect to prioritize the welfare of the people they will be serving. He emphasized the need to work together to build a strong and prosperous Nigeria that can compete with other developed nations in the world.
Tinubu expressed his belief that Nigeria has the potential to be a great nation, and he is committed to working tirelessly to make this vision a reality.
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