Nigerian Network Diaspora wants Nigerians to support Tinubu’s administration to succeed

Mr James Erebuoye, President of the Concerned Nigerian Network (CNND) in Diaspora has called on well meaning Nigerians, irrespective of party affiliations to support the President Bola Tinubu-led administration to enable it succeed.
He made the call in an interview with newsmen on Thursday in Abuja while reacting to the current challenges confronting the country.
 
He added that so long as the interest of the opposition political parties presidential candidates was to serve Nigerians and make the country better, they should join hands with Tinubu to build the country.
 
He said it was time for both Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and Mr Peter Obi, presidential candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the Labour Party(LP) in Feb. 25, 2023  presidential election to embrace Tinubu as the duly elected president.
 
Erebuoye said they should respect the Supreme Court decision of Oct. 26 that affirmed Tinubu’s election, saying now that the apex court had ruled, it was time to join hands to build a greater Nigeria in the interest of all.
“Embrace and congratulate Bola Tinubu as the President of Nigeria by joining hands to support the government to achieve a Nigeria of our dream for all,” he said.
He added that though the country was currently passing through some challenges, Nigerians across the world should support the government irrespective of their political, tribal and religious differences.
“Let us come together as one people to join President Tinubu in building a peaceful and better Nigeria for all, government alone can’t do it.
“We must respect the judgment of the Supreme Court and move on as a united people with one future and one destiny. We are all winners.
“Nigeria has won, all the contestants including Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi are advised to embrace and congratulate Tinubu as the country’s president,” Erebuoye said.
He said the CNND was planning an international conference to be held within and outside the country.
He said the conference would intimate CNND members and the general public on the imperative of building a one indivisible and prosperous Nigeria, irrespective of tribal, religious and political affiliation and orientation.(https://newsatlarge.ng)

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