Former senatorial candidate for Edo Central and All Progressives Party (APC) Leader Sylvanus Igbogbo has cautioned those who lost last Saturday's presidential election against inflaming the political climate.
He urged supporters of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Labour Party (LP) to steer clear of anything that could undermine the country's fledgling democracy. He insisted that no election in the world is perfect and that Nigerians made the right choice in voting Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu as president.
Igbogbo advised security organizations to be vigilant and aware of their duty to uphold public order, peace, and security in the face of careless, provocative comments made by some PDP and LP party followers.
He praised INEC for its performance and Nigerians for turning out in large numbers to fulfill their civic duty, stressing that Tinubu's election will ensure the abolition of insecurity in Nigeria. First of all, I must commend INEC for a job well done, he remarked.
This election, in my opinion, was completely free and fair. I want to encourage Nigerians to maintain their composure, respect the will of the majority as expressed through the voting booth, and embrace their brethren and the new leaders in order to make Nigeria a brighter, more secure, and more prosperous country for both the present and the coming generations.
the chance to praise Nigerians for the maturity, patience, and composure they have shown thus far.
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