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Wednesday, March 01, 2023

Asiwaju Bola Tinubu Emerges President Elect Of Nigeria + Acceptance Speech

Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the Progressives Congress was announced as the winner of the 2023 Presidential election on Tuesday February 28, 2023...
He has made an acceptance speech which will Interest you...




Read his acceptance speech...

“THE ERA OF RENEWED HOPE“

By The President-Elect
of the Federal Republic of Nigeria,
Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu,

March 1, 2023

My fellow Nigerians,

I am profoundly humbled that you have elected me to serve as the 16th president of our beloved republic. This is a shining moment in the life of any man and affirmation of our democratic existence. From my heart, I say thank you.

Whether you are Batified, Atikulated, Obidient, Kwankwasiyya, or have any other political affiliation, you voted for a better, more hopeful nation and I thank you for your participation and dedication to our democracy.

You decided to place your trust in the democratic vision of a Nigeria founded on shared prosperity and one nurtured by the ideals of unity, justice, peace and tolerance. Renewed hope has dawned in Nigeria.

We commend INEC for running a free and fair election. The lapses that did occur were relatively few in number and were immaterial to the final outcome. With each cycle of elections, we steadily perfect this process so vital to our democratic life.

Today, Nigeria stands tall as the giant of Africa. It shines even brighter as the continent’s biggest democracy. I thank all who supported my campaign. From President Buhari who adeptly led my campaign as its chairman, to my Vice Presidential Candidate, Senator Kashim Shettima.

To the progressive governors of our party and this nation, to the party leadership, to our loyal party members. I owe you a debt of gratitude. To the entire campaign organization, I thank you sincerely.

I thank my loving wife and dear family whose support was ceaseless and inspiring. Without you, this victory would not be possible.

I am grateful to Almighty God. By His mercy, I was born a son of Nigeria and through His sublime purpose I find myself the victor of this election. May He grant me the wisdom and courage to lead the nation to the greatness He alone has destined for it.

Finally, I thank the Nigerian people for their abiding belief in our democracy. I shall be a fair leader to all Nigerians. I will be in tune with your aspirations, charge up your energies and harness your talents to deliver a nation that we can be proud of.

To my fellow candidates, former VP Atiku, former governor Kwankwaso, former governor Obi and all others, I extend the hand of friendship. This was a competitive, high-spirited campaign.

You have my utmost respect. Political competition must now give way to political conciliation and inclusive governance. During the election, you may have been my opponent but you were never my enemy. In my heart, you are my brothers.

Still, I know some candidates will be hard put to accept the election results. It is your right to seek legal recourse. What is neither right nor defensible is for anybody to resort to violence. Any challenge to the electoral outcome should be made in a court of law, and not in the streets.

I also ask my supporters to let peace reign and tensions fade. We ran a principled, peaceful and progressive campaign. The aftermath of our campaign must be as benign.

Yes, there are divisions amongst us that should not exist. Many people are uncertain, angry and hurt; I reach out to every one of you. Let the better aspects of our humanity step forward at this fateful moment. Let us begin to heal and bring calm to our nation.

Now, to you, the young people of this country, I hear you loud and clear. I understand your pains, your yearnings for good governance, a functional economy and a safe nation that protects you and your future.

I am aware that for many of you Nigeria has become a place of abiding challenges limiting your ability to see a bright future for yourselves.

Remodeling our precious national home requires the harmonious efforts of all of us, especially the youth. Working together, we shall move this nation as never before.

My running mate, Vice President-elect Shettima, and I understand the challenges ahead. More importantly, we also understand and deeply value the talent and innate goodness of you, the Nigerian people. We pledge to listen and to do the difficult things, the big deeds, that put us on the path of irreversible progress.

Hold us firmly to account, but please give us a chance first. Together, we shall build a brighter and more productive society for today, tomorrow and for years to come. Today, you have given me the greatest honor you can bestow on one man.

In return, I will give you my utmost as your next president and commander-in-chief. Peace, unity and prosperity shall be the cornerstones of the society we intend to build. When you gaze upon what we shall accomplish in the coming years, you shall speak with pride at being a Nigerian.

I thank you all.

55 comments:

  1. We do not extend our hands of friendship..This is a stolen mandate. Congratulations Peter Obi you will always be my president.

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    1. Okay ooo, so now can they return money back to banks?

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    2. Peter Obi is my hero any day, I can't celebrate stolen mandate

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    3. Nigeria is mourning, Apc is begging for congratulatory message, our mandate is stolen

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    4. Apc has changed the meaning of democracy

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    5. Hope it's not the same case as 2015. When buhari's "change is here" speech was sweet to the mouth.
      May God work through him sha

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  2. This one pain me! We move!

    May God help him do right by ''all of us'', amen.

    Na wetin remain be that.

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    1. Cynthia,

      He is not tribalistic if that is what you mean by "all of us".

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  3. And this is why I support him.

    Most of the people on social media only know what is put out there. You don't know this man.

    By the special grace of GOD, Nigeria is on the path of great things.

    It will take more than years of repair, but it will happen in the mighty name of JESUS, Amen.

    GOD bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

    GOD bless all Nigerians.

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    1. Minister knowest we have heard you ๐Ÿ˜’

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    2. A man that has dementia?, not me and you We shall continue watching the comic relief until it expires

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  4. CORNgratulations ๐Ÿ™„

    Me and mine shall flourish in this administrstion and beyond.

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  5. God keep us beyond May 29 2023 in Jesus name Amen

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  6. My vote did not count. But I am hoping for the best. They should train him well on how the CIC works when it come to millitary parades, and speeches, whomever writes his speech should be replaced by a more vibrant and articulated person.

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    1. Did they train Buhari?. He will just sit down as a stooge while they siphon the money as usual.

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    2. But your state voted massively for him na.

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    3. Over expectations dey worry you

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  7. Haiii God. E dan happen. We are in hot soup now. This one is from frying pan to fire.. God ooo. I have no words.




    Obi for president
    Wizkid FC
    Proudly TIV

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  8. For those of you that continue to curse others, please read:

    "During the election, you may have been my opponent but you were never my enemy. In my heart, you are my brothers".

    Outside of the boxing ring, they are friends or at the very least, acquaintances.

    They understand the assignment.

    For our collective good, we pray for best.

    I will give you a chance sir. It's in my best interest for my country to improve.

    Once again, GOD bless Nigeria and Nigerians.

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  9. God help us as a nation, Our leaders and citizen as a whole. ABBA FATHER you alone can stir the hearts of leaders, Have mercy upon us all and stir our leaders heart to do Good and Great things. All is well. his speech is fair if truly is his intentions. We all just want a better Nigeria

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  10. No excitement, no carnival like parties anywhere in the country. What we have is one big mourning yard called Nigeria. This his victory will last only for a short time .

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    1. Stop lying,there's jubilation since early morning in lagos and parts of the country,stop projecting!.na una the mourn sha,mourners FC

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    2. There is heavy gbedu in my estate field since yesterday night,I passed them again this morning, two cows went down last night and people went to chop free barbecue with expensive wine, heard one of the heavyweights in Tinubu's campaign was responsible for the groove. very serious partying with dj,they even carry tents and chairs sef

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    3. Perhaps pockets of celebration here and there. Over here is like when Nigeria looses a crucial match at World Cup tourney.

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  11. A stolen mandate. Why conduct an election when they already know who's next in line? They made us suffer in vain, under rain and sun.

    Let it be known on this day, 1st of March, 2023 that my VOTE didn't count.
    #blackwednesday

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  12. Whoever that wrote that speech for you did well. Keep him or her on your team.

    KING XOXO MYSTERY

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  13. Our new president. May your time favour us all.

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  14. Jagaban, my man. You made me proud. We are praying for you.

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  15. It's not a surprise to me that Tinubu won because the moment I started seeing some of the results released by inec, I knew he would win.

    I'm surprised Obi came third. It's really surprising. Na wa o.

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  16. Tinubu is season leader, most people will be warminly surprised by his performance.

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    1. I won't be part of the surprised ones. He better perform, because I have told everybody he's the best thing after sliced bread.

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  17. Babami akanbi, your term shall favour us. Amen. Akanbi omo olodo ide๐Ÿบ

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  18. If you didn't vote for him? It doesn't mean that your vote didn't count, you had your say, but majority will have there way.

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    1. I'm tired o. PO'sc supporters should ask themselves if their church/age/tribe discrimination endeared more people to them or cost then more votes. Even when GEJ lost, it's automatically rigged. Once your guy no enter, na fight.

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    2. That's a lie, Nigerians voted for Buhari and celebrated his victory in 2015. Yet, he couldn't return the favour. Just punished people for nothing in recent weeks. Look at the amount of hunger in the land all for nothing.

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  19. I'm not excited at all but I can only hope for the best

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  20. I am happy and excited about your emergence as the President of Nigeria.
    You will succeed beyond all expectations in Jesus Mighty Name.Amen.
    Congratulations ๐ŸŽ‰ once again His Excellency, Bola Hammed Tinubu.

    Anik

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  21. Make you take wetin no be your hold am for the owner. We dey watch every body for this country.

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  22. A stolen mandate and Peter Obi won lagos which is the easiest place for them to rig?peter didn’t have the numbers and that’s the problem.He may be a good man but the political calculation required to be president didn’t favor him.

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    1. Which numbers? The ones stolen from him?

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  23. The people cursing Wike for not supporting Obi don’t know what obi did.Wike was leading during the PDP primary till Tambuwal dropped and gave his votes to Atiku.Wike asked Obi to step down for him so his delegates would vote for him as he had no path to the ticket but the later refused.Wike lost because of that and you expect him support obi?

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    1. Why should Obi step down for Wike? Didn't they agree power will go to the East until Wike messed it all up and PO left the party for them. Let's tell ourselves the truth.

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    2. No,they agreed that power will go to the south(south west,south East and south south).Peter obi fumbled the bag and gave this victory to Tinubu.Everything no be gra gra,you have to be calculative and patient.Nigeria lost and it’s because of Peter obi thinking about himself alone.

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    3. Re-again, what you typed there again or better still ask someone more intelligent than you to interpret it for you.
      PO should step down for Wike on what both of them were contesting for? Is you're the person in the shoes of obi, Would you do that?

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    4. Easy o, obi already left the party b4 their primaries na

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    5. Peter Obi is a more sellable candidate than Wike. Why wd he accept to step down for Wike?

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  24. Congratulations to Jagaban. He won fair and square. Unfortunately Obi had set the Igbo cause back. They will not be in intention for presidency until 2039. Sorry O! Nzegbu Nzegbu Eyimba Eyin๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

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