Tinubu’s victory at Tribunal validates popular mandates by Nigerians – Group

The Tinubu Campaign Organisation (TCO) on Friday congratulated President Bola Tinubu on his victory at the Presidential Election Petition Court (PEPC).

This was contained in a statement issued on Friday in Abuja by Joshua Ilevbare, the National Coordinator of the group.

He said that the judgment of the Tribunal was a validation of the popular mandate freely given to Tinubu at the Feb. 25 presidential poll by the majority of Nigerians across the six geo-political zones.

While describing the PEPC verdict as unbiased and unprecedented in the history of Nigeria, he said that the verdict was triumph of truth, victory for democracy, rule of law and natural justice.

Ilevbare appealed to Nigerians to support the Tinubu government in the efforts to turn Nigeria around for better through its Renewed Hope Agenda.

“We believe that the verdict will further spur the President in his determination and genuine intention to offer purposeful governance for the benefits of all Nigerians regardless of their religions and ethnics,” he noted.

He pledged the group’s continued support for the success of the Tinubu government.

”It is imperative to request that members of TCO be involved in the ‘Renewed Hope’ administration as collaborators in different capacities, to serve our fatherland as foot soldiers who will help deliver dividends of democracy to the grassroots,” he said.

In the same vein, he also congratulated Prof. Julius Ihonvbere of All Progressives Congress (APC), whose victory as member House of Representatives, Owan Federal Constituency in Feb. 25 , National Assembly Election was affirmed by the Tribunal, sitting in Benin City.

After the inauguration of the 10th session of the House of Representatives, Rep. Ihonvbere who was the Chairman of the House Committee on Basic Education and Services in the 9th Assembly, was appointed as the Majority Leader for the 10th Assembly.

Source: News Agency of Nigeria