The Accord (A) has said Nigerians voted massively to re-elect President Muhammadu Buhari because of their trust in his progressive and sustainable development of the country.
The party stated this in a congratulatory message to the president on his victory at the polls, saying it was a well deserved victory for democracy and Nigerians.
The message, which was signed by the national chairman Muhammad Lawal Nalado, said the president, in his first tenure, had manifested his capacity to drive the country on the path of economic growth and social security.
The party recalls that it played a significant role in ensuring the president’s victory having adopted Buhari as its presidential candidate, and further promised to continue to join forces with the President-elect to ensure the unity and stability of the country.
Nalado, who contested the Katsina North senatorial election in the Saturday polls but lost to Ahmed Baba-Kaita of the All Progressive Congress (APC), in the statement assured that the nation would move to the next level of political and economic development as promised by the president now assured.
The Accord urged the president to sustain his administration’s stride in railway projects, agriculture and the social care policies which he said have benefitted the people.
The party urged the president not to compromise on his hard stands against corruption, just as he enjoined him to go the full hug to unveil more development policies that will benefit majority of Nigerians.
The former Inter Party Advisory Council (IPAC) chairman also appealed to Buhari to keep to his promise of an inclusive government even as he urged Nigerians to support the president as he commenced another round of social and economic transformation of the country.
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