Senator Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed, Governor of Bauchi State has urged oppositions to work with his government for the good of the people.
He pointed out that the elections were over and that they all should come together to work.
Recall that Mohammed won the gubernatorial election on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), spoke shortly after receiving his certificate of return from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
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Speaking on behalf of himself and the 31 Bauchi State House of Assembly members-elect, the governor declared that electioneering was over for now and there was the need for good governance.
“Election and electioneering are over, we have no qualms or malice against anybody, even those who competed with us,” the governor said, adding that Bauchi State is bigger than any politician.
According to him, “we again reiterate our determination to raise our arms of olive branch to those who contested with us so that we can come together and build a new Bauchi, where it will be the pride of everybody. Bauchi is greater than all of us.
“God gives power to whom He wishes. He gave it to us as a test, we will not be arrogant and we won’t show that we are better than anybody.”
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The governor, a former FCT Minister, while asserting that the 2023 general election was an avenue for Nigerians to exercise their democratically guaranteed franchise, declared that in the true sense of it, there was no victor nor vanquished in the elections held in the state and called for the support of all.
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