Freshly Re-Elected Northern APC Governor Sends Strong Message to Electorates Who Didn’t Vote for Him
- Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa state has thanked his supporters for trooping out in their numbers to vote for him at the guber polls
- He stated that his second tenure in office will continue to uphold the dividend of democracy as it has always been
- The re-elected Sule also sent a message to his rivals and supporters that he belongs to them all and holds no grouse against them
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Nasarawa, Lafia - Freshly re-elected governor of Nasarawa state, Abdullahi Sule, has reacted to the state's Saturday, March 18 governorship election.
While speaking at the States House in Lafia, he disclosed that he had forgiven those who voted against him at the gubernatorial polls.
As reported by the Daily Independent, he thanked the electorates who took their time to vote for him and reimpose confidence in his administration.
He promised his administration would continue championing the course for good governance and democracy across the state.
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Governor Sule as reported by Punch said:
“All those who voted for me and those who voted against me, all belong to me. The best kind of forgiveness that the Almighty God wants is when you forgive someone even when you have the capacity to retaliate.
“We thank God that the election has come and gone peacefully. All the stories about the kind of problem that will happen, the type of insecurity that will happen, I was very much more concerned about them than the election because I do not want my ambition to cause any fatality or the life of any citizen of Nasarawa State.”
He reiterated his appreciation to his supporters while acknowledging the electorates for making it possible for him to be re-elected for a second term in office.
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In another development, INEC conducted the just-concluded 2023 gubernatorial election in Nigeria in 28 out of the 36 states.
Of the 28 states, 11 incumbent governors sought re-election in Lagos, Oyo, Ogun, Borno, Yobe and other conditions.
Meanwhile, nine of those governors successfully won their re-election bids, while one lost to the opposition and the other state was declared inconclusive by INEC.