2023 Election: Tinubu To Continue The Good Works Of Buhari – Gov. Inuwa Yahaya

The Governor of Gombe State, Inuwa Yahaya, has assured of Bola Tinubu’s, capacity to deliver if elected president in 2023.

2023 Election: Tinubu To Continue The Good Works Of Buhari - Gov. Inuwa Yahaya
Governor of Gombe State, Inuwa Yahaya

He said Tinubu won’t disappoint Nigerians if elected as president, because he has the capacity to deliver

Governor Yahaya stated this when he paid a visit to the palace of Alhaji Abdulkadir Abdulsalam, the Lamido Gona, in the Amada community of Akko Local Government Area (LGA) of the state.

He said that President Muhammadu Buhari performed credibly well in terms of delivering good governance to the people of Nigeria.

“We need consolidation, that’s why we are going to vote for Tinubu. Tinubu has promised to continue with the good works of Buhari by ensuring good governance for the good people.

“I assure you he will not disappoint,” he said.

Yahaya said his visit was to thank the community for its support of his administration as well as to seek its prayers before proceeding to various wards for the campaign.

He urged the people of the emirate to vote for APC candidates in the 2023 general election.

Also speaking at Garko ward in Akko LGA, the governor appealed to supporters to go and collect their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) and vote for APC candidates from top to bottom.

He said that the APC remained the only party that was concerned about the well-being of the people and urged the electorate to vote for the APC to ensure that their interests were well protected in 2023.

He expressed confidence that with the introduction of the Bimodal Voter Authentication System (BVAS) only politicians with supporters could win elections adding that there was no more room for electoral fraud.

“We are confident with the introduction of BVAS that Tinubu and all APC candidates will win in 2023 because we have performed well and we have supporters,” he said.

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