Pa Reuben Fasoranti, national leader of Yoruba’s socio-political organization, Afenifere, this weekend called on other presidential candidates, Atiku Abubakar of the People’s Democratic Party, Peter Obi of the Labor Party, in among others, in last Saturday’s election, to allow the president-elect, Bola Tinubu, to settle down to solve Nigeria’s myriad problems.
Fasoranti urged them not to do anything that could burn Nigeria.
He said so in a congratulatory message he signed in Tinubu and delivered to journalists in Akure, the capital of Ondo State.
”l now appeal to all concerned Nigerians and the International Community, who might be aggrieved, one way or the other, not to do anything that will set Nigeria on fire.
“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.
”Let Tinubu and all concerned settle down immediately to tackle the enormous Nigerian project of tackling insecurity, solving our economic downturn, restructuring the country, and rebuilding a nation never so badly divided into ethnic, religious and corrupt lines.”
Obi, on Thursday, against the declaration of INEC, said he won the election and would explore all legal and peaceful means to prove that he won at the polls.
Atiku of the PDP advanced to a similar position.
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