President Muhammadu Buhari has today declared that recent governorship elections in Anambra, Ekiti and Osun states have confirmed his administration’s commitment to credible and violence-free polls in the country.
The president disclosed this when he received a delegation from Nasarawa State, led by the State Governor Abdullahi Sule.
The President urged the electorate to vote the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the next general elections to ensure continuity in the polity, and stability in the country and West African region.
He added that the Electoral Act, signed by him earlier this year, was an attestation of the fulfilment of his administration’s determination and commitment to the tenets of the rule of law.
President Buhari added that Nasarawa state, just like every other state, has a significant role to play in ensuring APC retain power in 2023.
He also used the occasion to impress upon the need for collaboration among the three tiers of government in order to deliver good governance, infrastructure and critical services needed by the people.
He also pledged his commitment to the joint-efforts by the states and the Federal Government to facilitate easy transportation by road, railways and airports as well as power, saying no nation can develop without these components of infrastructure.