NASARAWA State governor-elect, Engr Abdullahi Audu Sule, has extended hand of fellowship to his opposition parties who contested in the just concluded governorship election in the state to collectively run the Government.
Sule, who was declared the winner of the keen governorship poll on Monday by the state office of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), and he, therefore, invited his opponents to form a unity government.
The governor-elect Sule made this known in Lafia while addressing press men in Lafia after his emergence; “let me use this opportunity to extend my hands of fellowship and appeal to my fellow contestants across party lines to join me in the task of building a united and peaceful state for the benefit of all.”
“This victory is not only for the APC but for the entire people of Nasarawa State, irrespective of any political, religious or tribal affiliations.”
The governor-elect continued that his election has not only opened another vista for consolidation on the achievements recorded by the outgoing governor of the state, Umaru Tanko Al-makura and his predecessors, but has become a dream come true for the people of the state whose yearnings and aspirations is to have a leader who is fully prepared to sustain the tempo of developing the foundation.
“I want to assure you that the confidence reposed in me will not be misplaced,” he maintained.
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