The senator representing Niger East Senatorial District, Mohammed Sani Musa, has said there was no better alternative than the All Progressives Congress (APC) despite the security challenges confronting the nation.
According to him, infrastructure development remains the cardinal objective of the APC-led administration since 2015 “and it has delivered creditably well in this regard.”
Sen. Musa who also doubles as the patron of Tinubu-Shettima Ambassadors (TSA), stated these during the group’s courtesy visit led by the chairman, Prince Oyelude Oladele, to his Abuja residence.
He acknowledged the group’s foresight in building a pan-Nigerian support group that cut across ethno-religious and geo-political spectra, stressing that “there is no better alternative to what we have.”
“We are the better alternative and we are the ones to identify our weaknesses with a view to redirecting our resources and energy towards the sectors that need attention.
“In the history of this country, there’s no administration that has done this much in terms of infrastructure development, we can say it with every sense of confidence. The security issues which have erroneously overshadowed the development strides of this government have remained a global challenge, but the government has re-awakened the security agencies to their responsibilities and I believe in the coming days, things will begin to manifest in a positive direction,” he said.
On her part, the national women leader, Princess Folasade Ogunbiyi, commended Sen. Musa for making his presence felt “in and around Niger East Senatorial District.”
She promised that the group would ensure that the youth and women were fully abreast of the antecedents and capacities of Tinubu and Shettima which endeared them to the group.
Appreciating his hospitality, Anambra state coordinator of TSA, Hon. Akweke Francis Okoye (Oyi Umunri), applauded the patron for his “kindness and hospitality” and re-assured him that the Tinubu Shettima Ambassadors (TSA) would always consult him in making its decisions.