A former Minister of Interior and a retired soldier, Abdulrahman Bello Dambazau, has said that all ongoing efforts that are being made by the opposition to truncate Tinubu's dream of becoming the next Nigerian president will become futile.
Bello Dambazau, who spoke during an interview with Channels TV, said the dream of Tinubu had actually begun when he was declared the overall winner of the February 25 presidential election after defeating his other contemporaries with a total of 8,729,726 votes.
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While speaking further, Bello Dambazau also said that "we expect that everything will go on peacefully and the President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, will take over and fulfill his manifesto, which contains renewed hope for every Nigerian."
"Moreso, we expect that things will be much better, as he (Bola Ahmed Tinubu) had already promised that he would continue to do the best just as his predecessor, Muhammadu Buhari, has done." He said
He further added, saying that "Tinubu's victory was already a settled case when INEC declared him the winner."
"The election was conducted, INEC made a pronouncement, and anyone who is not satisfied with Tinubu's victory should go to court for justice." He added
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