Judgment: Team up with Tinubu to actualise Renewed Hope Agenda-Gumel urges opposition

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The Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matters (Senate), Sen. Abdullahi Gumel, has called on Nigerians to join hands with President Bola Tinubu in actualising his Renewed Hope agenda.

Gumel in a congratulatory message, said with the Supreme Court judgment, bringing an end to all litigations regarding the presidential election, it was time to face governance fully.

The presidential aide, while congratulating Tinubu on his victory at the apex court, further called on the opposition to work with the president in ensuring that Nigeria regained its position as the giant of Africa.

“We believe that now that we have put all election matters behind us, the opposition should join hands with the president in the spirit of the Renewed Hope, to give Nigerians good governance which is what the country needs at the moment,”he said.

He said the victory would enable the president and his appointees to concentrate fully on governance.

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“We congratulate the President and ourselves as members of the present government on the Supreme Court judgment.

“With this landslide judgment, the ministers and other appointees of government will now concentrate fully on delivering on the mandate of the present administration.

“Nothing will distract us anymore because the Supreme Court is the last court of the land,”he said.

Gumel further said, “for democracy to strive, every candidate was given the opportunity to exhaust their complaints about the outcome of the election, now is time to face governance.

“Now the president will concentrate on the Renewed Hope Agenda, which he already started since his swearing in.

“The president has since assumption of office, appointed experts in various fields of endeavour, cutting across gender and age grade, to work with him in carrying out the mandate given to him by Nigerians.”

The aide said the present government would be remembered as one that “put smiles on the faces of all Nigerians.”

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