Lp tells Atiku,Obi that Foster national unity ends case with Tinubu

Foster national unity, ends case with Tinubu, LP chieftain tells Obi and Atiku

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Lp tells Atiku,Obi that Foster national unity ends case with Tinubu

Tinubu, Obi and Atiku 2023

LP Chieftain tells Atiku, and Obi to Foster national unity by ending case with Tinubu. Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party presidential candidate, has been encouraged to abandon his complaint challenging President Bola Tinubu’s victory in the February 2023 presidential election.

Chief Yohanna Margif, a 2023 Labour Party governorship hopeful in Plateau, made the demand in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday in Abuja.

He also asked Peter Obi, the Labour Party presidential candidate who is also contesting Tinubu’s victory at the tribunal, to do the same.

According to the LP stalwart, the appeal for Obi and Abubakar was important to develop national unity and unification.

“The new Nigerian leadership, led by President Bola Tinubu, has demonstrated the ability to lead and improve the nation’s fortunes without fear or favor, which is crystal clear and visible after only four weeks in office.”

“With everything that has happened in Nigeria recently, from insecurity to unemployment and religious intolerance, it is critical to embark on a project of national unity and integration.”

“This will alleviate the burdens and wounds left by the previous administration, allowing Tinubu to sail the ship known as the Federal Republic of Nigeria to the promised land.”

Margif praised Abubakar and Obi for submitting their case against the election to the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal rather than using illegal tactics.

This, he believes, is in keeping with the principles of democracy, sportsmanship, patriotism, national unity, and integration.

“The electioneering campaigns have come and gone, leaving an unsettled dust at the PEPT, where both Abubakar and Peter Obi are contesting Tinubu’s election victory.”

“This is democracy, and everyone has the right to be heard; however, I would like to commend presidential candidates from all political parties for their peaceful conduct during the elections.”

“It is also the virtue and spirit of sportsmanship to seek legal redress over conflict.”

“However, I call on both Obi and Abubakar to sheath their swords by withdrawing their cases from the tribunal for the sake of national unity and integration,” he stated.

Margif, who describes himself as a peace ambassador, emphasized that Tinubu’s election as President was God’s will and choice for Nigeria.

He went on to say that Tinubu became President without the help of a political godfather because it was God’s will.

“Today, what all Nigerians want is good governance and democratic dividends, and President Tinubu is already on the right track to economic recovery and nation-building.”

“In my opinion, Tinubu is God’s will, and we must accept it because, while I voted for Obi, others voted for Abubakar, and still others voted for Tinubu, but the outcome of the election favored Tinubu.”

“I’m willing to withdraw my case against LP’s Plateau State Chapter and the National Executive Councils, which is currently pending before the Federal High Court in Abuja.”

“As a result, I propose that Obi and the LP, as well as Abubakar and the PDP, do the same in the interest of national integration,” he stated.

Margif, who was elected as the LP’s Plateau governorship candidate but whose name was later changed to Dr Patrick Dakum, also urged Tinubu to build a government of national unity and integration.

He stated that the emphasis on national unity and integration was shared by all candidates, political parties, and manifestos during the general elections.

According to the LP stalwart, Nigeria’s strength is its unity and integration.

He challenged the Tinubu administration to use the Renewed Hope motto to usher in a new Nigeria that is in keeping with the dreams of the country’s founding fathers.

“As a result, I urge President Tinubu to consider and prioritize national unity and integration by forming a government of national unity and integration.”

“The ‘Renewed Hope’ administration’s leadership should also consider a platform that will include women and youth in governance.”

“It should also ensure that it designs and implements long-term youth-focused national policies,” Margif added.


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