Pro-Tinubu group cautions opposition against character assassination


By Emmanuel Obisue

Group under the platform of the Tinubu Pesidential Ambassadors of Nigeria and Diaspora, TPAND, has urged stakeholders in the Nigerian political space to caution opposition parties over their utterances and character assassination against the president-elect, Bola Tinubu.

The call was contained in a congratulatory statement which was presented at a press conference over the weekend by Director General of the group, Engr. Yusuff Hussain, alongside other members.

“We want to state categorically our stand in the numerous character assassination and so many outburst against the person of the President-elect by the opposition on national TV and social media. The election been won and lost was based on political calculations and the dynamics that played out before the election.

“We hereby urge all stakeholders in Nigeria to caution the opposition of their utterances and character assassination against the president-elect. There are avenues provided by the law to channel their grievances and dissatisfaction.

“We urge Nigerians to continue to remain peaceful as Nigeria is the only country we have,” the group stressed.

While expressing their heartfelt laudation for his victory, the group expressed belief that the incoming administration of Tinubu will make for a better Nigeria.

“The Renewed Hope for National Security, Education, Economy, Youth empowerment, stable electricity, Agriculture and other infrastructural revolution. We acknowledged Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu Capacity, Capability, and Intelligent, his diversity and the plurality of ideas, and his keen interest in the importance of teamwork between the private and public sectors.

“As you embark on this journey to Renew the Hope of Nigerians, we want to assure you and the members of our great party of the continued support of TPAND across all levels. We have strong belief and confidence in you and we know you will do amazingly as the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria,” the group added.