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“Our political system not fragmented” – Tinubu replies “critics of Nigeria”

The president-elect, Bola Tinubu, on Thursday said Nigeria’s political system is intact.

POLITICS NIGERIA reports that in an article titled ‘Nigeria: At the Cusp of Renewed Hope’, the APC chieftain said the impressive showing of “new parties” in the February 25 presidential election “underscores the dynamic strength of our democracy”.

Tinubu said: “Critics of Nigeria have been too quick to conclude that our political system is fragmented because of the impressive showing of new parties and their candidates.

“These critics are wrong. The emergence of the new parties and their candidates underscores the dynamic strength of our democracy.

“People want democracy to work and they want to have their voices heard and interests met within it. This is a good thing to be promoted, not something to be feared.

“What must concern us is not the growth of parties but the regrowth of old prejudices and bigotries such as ethnicity, creed and place of origin. As a nation and as individuals imbued with the love of God and of our fellow man, we are better than this.”

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2 Comments

  1. Tinubu, some yorubas , northerners don’t believe in igbos can change Nigerian bad narratives , who is deceiving who….. retun labor mandate or you and Nigerian won’t know peace .

  2. MY PROBLEM IS COLLATING SATURDAY RESULT WITHOUT BIVAS ACCREDITATION MAJORLY IN LAGOS. LABOUR AND OTHER PARTIES SHOULD PREPARE FOR THIS ON SATURDAY……..ESCALATE THIS. APC WILL OVERIDE THE BIVAS IN THEIR STRONG HOLDS TO MAKE HUGE CHUNCHS OF VOTES

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