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APGA tells Peter Obi, Atiku – Tinubu won Feb 25 Presidential Election convincingly

APGA tells Peter Obi, Atiku – Tinubu won Feb 25 Presidential Election convincingly

The All Progressives Grand Alliance(APGA) has told the Labour Party candidate Peter Obi and his People’s Democratic Party (PDP) counterpart Atiku Abubakar to join hands with President Bola Tinubu to develop Nigeria if they truly love the country.
The National Chairman of the party, Sylvester Ezeokenwa, a lawyer, said this at weekend in Awka, while hailing the victory of President Bola Tinubu, at the Supreme Court.

Speaking with members of the Nigeria Union of Journalists NUJ, during a courtesy visit at the APGA zonal secretariat, Ezeokenwa, said Tinubu won the February 25 presidential election convincingly, adding, ” there was no need for such litigations”

Ezeokenwa said the Supreme Court’s verdict on the petitions filed against Tinubu by Obi of LP and Atiku of PDP, showed that Tinubu won the February 25, 2023 presidential elections.

He urged the opposition parties and other Nigerians to join hands with Tinubu to develop the country.


However, he noted that the pyresident has started well going by his policies, adding that he should make sure he fulfill up to 50% of his campaign promises and work towards moving the country forward.

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According to him: “Tinubu should endeavour to implement at least 50 per cent of programmes in his development agenda.

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“If the President can implement up to 50 per cent of his programmes, the nation will witness rapid transformation in the near future.

“APGA has positioned itself in a vantage position to win more elective positions in the country during the next electioneering period.

“All post-primary elections bickerings which had in the past held the party to ransom, would no longer repeat themselves.

“Henceforth, we would insist on transparent primary elections in all the elective positions. Journalists as truly the watchdogs, they have a vital role to play in nation-buil

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