RegentAfrica Times Congratulates Tinubu Over Supreme Court’s Verdict

RegentAfrica Times Congratulates President Tinubu Over Supreme Court’s Verdict

The Management and Editorial Board of the RegentAfrica newspapers congratulates President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, on the Supreme Court’s verdict that ends months of controversies surrounding his election victory at the February 2023 Presidential poll.

The 7 man panel of judges at the apex court on Thursday, had unanimously declared the President as the winner of the February Presidential election.
In the said judgment, the apex court had dismissed all prayers brought forward by Tinubu’s main contenders in the election, the candidate of the People’s Democratic Party and the Labour Party, Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi respectively.

However, in a press statement made available to newsmen on Friday, the Publisher/Editor-in-chief of the RegentAfrica Times, Comrade Shola Akingboye described President Tinubu’s victory as a long walk to victory.

While congratulating Asiwaju Tinubu, Akingboye reflects on the President’s political trajectory, and his inroads into the Nigeria seat of power, saying the President indeed deserves his victory for the plum job having fought with his life to entrench democracy in Nigeria.

“Nigeria needs a true democrat like President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to fix the nation that begs for revival across socio-political strata of Nigeria.

“Politics aside, Bola Tinubu came, saw, and conquered all odds on his way to stardom and by extension to Nigeria’s seat of power.

“Tinubu’s life struggle for survival, specifically to acquire a better education as a poor child on the street of Lagos, and outside the shore of the land no doubt has prepared BAT for all obstacles encountered on his way to his present position.

“Tinubu’s calmness even in the face of growing opposition, provocations, and physical attacks on his business concerns by political actors in and outside your party, is evidence in the facts that the man who survived the military’s ‘Killer Squad’ and joined in winning this present democracy all enjoys today, will surely survive the future, even as the President of Nigeria.

“At RegentAfrica Newspapers, we urged President Tinubu to be more mature and magnanimous in his dealings, given the weight of his present position as the President for all.

“Integrity begins with when you do what you say you’ll do, and Nigerians are watching.

“The need to demonstrate the leadership quality for which Bola Ahmed Tinubu is known is now.

“As a true democrat to many Nigerians who are knowledgeable of your records of achievements, both in politics and behind the revamped economy of Lagos State; the need to right the wrongs of the previous administrations to better the lives of Nigerians as the President is now.

“You fought tooth and nail along with other patriots to entrench this democracy, and Nigerians sure would expect no less excuses from your government to get the nation back on track as a democrat who has seen it all.

“The management and the board of RegentAfrica Times wish you success in the saddle, we call on your government to strengthen the the democratic exercise that brought you to power.

“We implore your indulgences to as a matter of urgency fix Nigeria’s moribund oil refineries which is the major stake all Nigerians yearn to put an end to the growing suffering among the people, in line with the promises you made to Nigerians,” Akingboye stressed.

On the Supreme Court’s verdict, the RegentAfrica Times publisher added: ” In every election, there must be a loser and a winner. We are using this opportunity in the collective interest of the nation that aggrieved members of the opposition to join hands with those in authority and make Nigeria great again.

God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria,

Comrade Shola Akingboye
The Publisher/Editor-in-Chief.

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