Pa Reuben Fasoranti, the Leader of the Yoruba socio-political group, Afenifere Worldwide, has appealed to the other presidential candidate in the 2023 presidential election to allow the president-elect, Bola Tinubu, to settle down, so he can tackle the nation’s problems immediately.
This was said in a congratulatory letter to Tinubu which was personally signed by the Afenifere leader in Akure, the Ondo State capital.
In the letter, he urged Nigerians who might have been aggrieved by the outcome of the election not to do anything that will “set Nigeria on fire”. He also appealed to the other presidential candidate to thread a legitimate path if they need to correct anything they feel is not right.
“We should all go peaceful, take lawful means, and thread legitimate and legal paths to rectify anything that might have, from their own point of view, gone wrong.
We should all go peaceful, take lawful means, and thread legitimate and legal paths to rectify anything that might have, from their own point of view, gone wrong,” the letter read in part.
He further stated in the letter that the president-elect should be allowed to settle down and start work immediately as there are a lot of issues to be tackled in the country.
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