Ekiti state Governor, Mr Biodun Oyebanji has said that the election of Bola Ahmed Asiwaju as president elect of Nigeria is the greatest legacy President Mohammadu Buhari would bequeath on Nigeria as he leaves office in may.
Governor Oyebanji who stated this on wednesday while addressing a mammoth crowd of artisans, drivers, unions, students, traders, youths and APC supporters who thronged the office of the governor, Ado-Ekiti in celebration of the declaration of asiwaju bola tinubu as president of Nigeria, called on Ekiti people to maintain peace and decorum as they celebrate the victory.
The ccrowd, which came in their hundreds were chanting APC slogans and songs eulogizing Governor Oyebanji and supporting the mandate of the president-elect.
The Governor described the election as a hard fought one and congratulated Nigerians and Ekiti people for voting the man who he described as "highly competent and well prepared for the herculean task of leading Nigeria to the next stage of of socio-economic prosperity".
He added that Asiwaju Bola Tinubu is a unifier whose regime would ensure national peace, development and prosperity for all and sundry.
While stressing that the process of the election was free, fair and credible, Governor Oyebanji assured Nigerian Youths that the incoming administration priorities their welfare and productivity.
He used the occasion to solicit support for APC candidates in the March 11 Governership election, urging the people to ensure a landslide victory for the party.
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