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NANS Diaspora congratulates Tinubu

The National Association of Nigerian Students in Diaspora (NANS-D), on Thursday, congratulated Bola Ahmed Tinubu on his election as the President of Nigeria. It also…

The National Association of Nigerian Students in Diaspora (NANS-D), on Thursday, congratulated Bola Ahmed Tinubu on his election as the President of Nigeria.

It also commended Nigerians for their overwhelming participation in the just concluded presidential and National Assembly polls and for ensuring a peaceful election on Saturday, February 25, 2023.

This was contained in a congratulatory message issued by NANS-D president, Comr. Prince John Ogar Esq.

The statement partly read: “The leadership of NANS Diaspora ably led by Comr. Prince Ogar John Esq wishes to convey our congratulations to the President-elect H.E Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu on his victory in the presidential polls that were conducted fortnight ago.

“The turnout was quite huge, impressive, and commendable and a testament to our resolve to birth a better, productive, and progressive nation of our dream and firm belief in our beloved nation and a demonstration of great love for our fatherland.

“I wish to appeal to my fellow compatriots to maintain peace as violence is not an option and won’t address the various concerns, anger, and disappointment that arose from the outcome of the election.”

Comrade Ogar admonished that peace is the only catalyst through which we can achieve sustainable development, and progress and the greatness that we are yearning for and extremely desiring.

“Now, that the election is over and a winner emerged, I wish to implore other flag bearers in the interest of peace, unity and progress of our nation to embrace peace, imbibe the spirit of sportsmanship and congratulate the winner and rally around him to preside over the affairs of our country for the next four years for the growth and development of the country.

“Conversely, while condemning the gross irregularities that took place during the exercise and in efficiency of Inec I wish to appeal to all the aggrieved parties to explore lawful channels in seeking redress and don’t resort to violence or any utterances and conduct that may lead to the breakdown of law and order in our beloved nation. So that at the end, Nigeria shall win and we will remain brothers and Sisters, one indivisible nation under God.”

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