Nigeria@63: Abdullahi Ganduje reasurres Nigerians

Abdullahi Ganduje, the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, has reassured Nigerians that President Bola Ahmed Tinubu will do as promised by delivering the dividends of democracy and good governance.

He urged the Nigerians not to give up.

This was captured in statement issued by Edwin Olofu, his Chief Press Secretary, in Abuja on the celebration of the 63rd independence anniversary of the nation.

The statement came 24 hours after Ganduje appointed Aminu Masari, the immediate past Governor of Katsina State, as chairman of a ‘nine-man’ committee to intervene in the loitering feud between Ondo State governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, and his deputy, Lucky Aiyedatiwa.

Abdullahi Ganduje called on Nigerians that the APC-led administration would reposition the country to achieve growth and development by the measures already put in place.

“Without a doubt, you will agree with me that the journey has not been without obstacles. It has been characterized by opportunities, prospects and challenges including a three-year civil war which has brought out the resilient Nigerian spirit of perseverance, industry and abiding faith in the country,” he said.

“As a party, let me restate that the APC will remain true to its promises and pledges to the people. None of these promises I repeat, will escape our attention and none will be treated lightly. The present administration led by President Bola Tinubu is ready to live up to the Renewed Hope manifesto to reposition Nigeria towards sustainable growth, development and economic prosperity.

“Fortunately, he has hit the ground running to fix the infrastructural and economic reversals of the previous years. Under this administration, Nigerians can be rest assured that it will be fine again and your worries will soon be a thing of the past.”

The APC national chairman continued, “there will be sufficient jobs with decent wages, medicare, housing and other basic infrastructure that can guarantee the citizenry a better life. At this juncture, let me recognise and appreciate the immeasurable contributions, efforts, sacrifices and patriotism of our founding fathers, their vision, courage and perseverance laid the foundation for the emergence of this great and inspiring nation called Nigeria.”

His goodwill message on Saturday was for the citizens to remain hopeful and not resolve to any negativity.