Nigerians have been begged to forgive and endure his administration’s shortcomings by President Muhammadu Buhari.
He promised that the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate’s successor, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, would not only address these flaws but also continue from wherever he left off.
On Monday, Buhari made these remarks while addressing a large audience at the APC’s presidential campaign rally at Dikko Stadium in Katsina.
He claimed that the COVID-19 pandemic was to blame for Nigeria’s economic downturn as well as a number of other issues, despite the fact that his administration had made some modest progress:
“Please, in the name of God, forgive us and have patience with us.” Encourage your family members to continue casting ballots for the APC; Tinubu will continue from where we left off.
“Make sure your votes go to Dikko Radda for Governor of Katsina State and Tinubu for President, as well as the other party candidates.”
Tinubu said that the APC Progressive Governors Forum and Campaign Council thought about putting off the rally to remember the 41 Katsina residents who were killed by terrorists last weekend, but they decided to go ahead with it anyway because they were very determined to defeat the terrorists.
We will not be discouraged by threats to our people’s security. The terrorists will be dealt with by us. We will defeat them, and they will lose because they are evil.
“Whether they derive joy and satisfaction from their wicked acts, we are stronger and superior to them,” “only Allah can heal our pains, the children, widows, and the bereaved shall be catered for,” and “only Allah can heal our pains” Also, uniformed men who paid the ultimate price will never be forgotten.
According to Governor Aminu Bello Masari, the race for the presidency is one between Tinubu and the APC—the light side—and the other candidates—the dark side.
He said that Tinubu gave N100 million to the families and victims of the 41 Katsina residents who were killed by terrorists in Bakori recently.