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Tinubu emergence, sign of better days for Nigeria – Akpabio

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Sen. Godswill Akpabio has described the emergence of Sen. Bola Tinubu, the President-elect, as signs of better days to come for the country.

This is contained in a statement issued by Akpabio’s Chief Press Secretary, Mr Jackson Udom, in Uyo on Wednesday.

Udom quoted Akpabio as saying that the victory of Tinubu was a demonstration of his acceptance across the length and breadth of the country and beyond.

Akpabio, who is also the senator-elect for Akwa Ibom North West Senatorial District, said the victory of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential candidate as declared by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was a confirmation of his nationwide acceptance.

“Sen. Bola Tinubu is a tested and trusted hand in service delivery. He has done it before in Lagos State and I am very confident that he will do more for Nigerians as its leader.

“He has the ability, capacity and the required experience needed to take this country to the next level in both national and international affairs,” he said.

Akpabio said that May 29 would mark the commencement of the delivery of dividends of democracy to our people in a renewed hope.

 

“I congratulate the leadership and membership of our great party on this well deserved victory of our party,” he added.

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Breaking…Naira abuse: Court sentences Bobrisky to 6 months in custody

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Lagos Court Grants Emefiele N50m Bail

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The embattled former Central Bank Governor, Godwin Emefiele, has been granted bail in the sum of N50m after being charged with a 26-count bordering on alleged abuse of office and irregular allocation of $4.5 billion and N2.8 billion respectively.

 

Emefiele was admitted to bail with two sureties in like sum by Justice Rahmon Oshodi on Friday.

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