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Renewed Hope Has Dawned In Nigeria- President-Elect Tinubu



Renewed Hope Has Dawned In Nigeria- President-Elect Tinubu

I will be in tune with your aspirations, charge up your energies and harness your talents to deliver a nation

President-elect, Bola Tinubu, has delivered his acceptance speech after INEC declared him the winner of the Saturday, February 25 presidential election.

Bola Tinubu made this known in his acceptance speech on Wednesday in Abuja.

“Without you, this victory would not be possible. I am grateful to Almighty God, by His mercy, I was born a son of Nigeria and through His sublime purpose, I find myself the victor of this election.

“May He grant me the wisdom and courage to lead the nation to the greatness He alone has destined for it.

“I thank the Nigerian people for their abiding belief in our democracy. I shall be a fair leader to all Nigerians.

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“I will be in tune with your aspirations, charge up your energies and harness your talents to deliver a nation that we can be proud of,” Mr Tinubu said.

He noted that the lapses that occurred in the Feb. 25 presidential and National Assembly election were relatively few in number and immaterial to the final outcome of the election.

He commended INEC for running a free and fair election, adding that with each cycle of elections, the electoral process would be perfected.

“With each cycle of elections, we steadily perfect this process so vital to our democratic life. Today, Nigeria stands tall as the giant of Africa.

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“It shines even brighter as the continent’s biggest democracy.I am profoundly humbled that you have elected me to serve as the 16th president of our beloved republic.

“This is a shining moment in the life of any man and affirmation of our democratic existence, from my heart, I say thank you,” Mr Tinubu said.

He, however, thanked the Nigerian electorate for their participation and dedication to the country’s democracy irrespective of party affiliations, saying they voted for a better, more hopeful nation.

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“You decided to place your trust in the democratic vision of a Nigeria founded on shared prosperity and one nurtured by the ideals of unity, justice, peace and tolerance. Renewed hope has dawned in Nigeria” he said.

Mr Tinubu polled a total vote of 8, 794,726 to emerge the winner of the election according to INEC.

Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, presidential candidate and Tinubu’s closest rival got a total of 6, 984, 520 votes while Mr Peter Obi of Labour Party pulled 6,101, 533 at the election.

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