ANPP Alumni, Stakeholders Rally Support for Tinubu

To break the chains and scale the hurdles keeping the nation down.
President Bola Ahmed Tinubu
President Bola Ahmed TinubuWikipedia

The former Chairman of the defunct All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP) alumni in Kano State, Malam Kabiru Gwangwazo, has advised Nigerians to rally round President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to break the chains and scale the hurdles keeping the nation down.

Gwangwazo disclosed this in reaction to the Supreme Court ruling which affirmed the victory of Tinubu in the 2023 Presidential Election.

“It is with great pleasure and gratitude to Allah that we convey our goodwill message and congratulations to President Bola Tinubu.

“That victory was stoutly broadcast by the willing votes of the majority of Nigerian voters at the nation’s most transparent democratic elections ever.

“On behalf of the ANPP Alumni and Stakeholders Team, we celebrate this victory and pray fervently for all the good it comes with for Mr President and the Nigerian nation.

“We pray for good health, peace, abiding faith and God’s Protection for President Bola Ahmed Tinubu,” he said.

According to Gwangwazo, the president’s victory will finally energize the Renewed Hope Agenda, he presented to Nigerians.

He said that it would signpost the take off of Tinubu’s dream of inclusive democratic governance ever witnessed by Nigerians, and all effective grassroots political actors since the advent of civilian rule in 1999.

Gwangwazo prayed for better times for Nigeria, adding that, “Tinubu’s bold vision is what has always propelled his political activism since his days in SDP”.

He, however, urged stakeholders to rally round and work in unison with President Tinubu to break the chains and scale the hurdles that have kept the promising country down.

The Chairman also called on the opposition party candidates to accept the court verdict as the will of God in support of the people’s voices and votes.

“It is time for all to come together, to put Nigeria first. There will always be another day, another encounter and another election.

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