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PostSubject: Nigeria, no longer in chains – Tinubu   2015-05-30, 02:38

The national leader of the All
Progressives Congress, Asiwaju
Bola Tinubu, has said that Nigeria
has been liberated from years of
the Peoples Democratic Party’s
misrule as Muhammadu Buhari was
sworn in as the new President of
the country.
In a statement issued on Friday to
mark Democracy Day titled, ‘A new
Nigeria is possible beginning
today,’ Tinubu urged Nigerians to
continue to hold public office
holders responsible to ensure that
their struggle is not in vain.
He said, “Today, the old Nigeria is
no longer in chains as we move
into a new era and take hold of our
new selves. From President
(Muhammadu) Buhari to the state
governors inaugurated this day, I
wish them well and pray they
govern in an open, democratic way
that assures your optimal
wellbeing.
“I ask that you, the people,
maintain your diligence and help
guide those you have just elected.
The issues that confront us are
deep and complex. They are not
susceptible to facile solution or
inattention. Wise and sound policy
is within our capacity. But, we must
have the will to accomplish it. If the
governed and the government
work in league, there is nothing
our beloved nation cannot
overcome.”
The APC chieftain noted that this
year’s commemoration would be
recorded in history as the moment
when “democracy finally was
allowed to participate in
Democracy Day.”
According to Tinubu, this is so
because millions of average
Nigerians voted to make sure
Muhammadu Buhari won the March
28 presidential poll.
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