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The President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has congratulated the winner of the APC Presidential primary, Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu on his victory, adding that the success of the primary election once again shows the capacity of the party to handle it’s internal affairs amicably.

In his congratulatory letter, he praised Tinubu and added that with his track record the APC is sure to come out victorious in the 2023 general elections.

Parts of the letter reads:
“Your glittering track record of public service, foresight and grit in party building and administration, as well as the courage you continue to demonstrate in fighting for the entrenchment of democracy in Nigeria make you worthy of the high esteem and trust of our party members everywhere in Nigeria as exhibited at the National Convention.”

“I have no doubt that with your credentials, experience, antecedents and political sagacity, our great party will go into the 2023 contest confident of victory.”

Lawan further explained his reasons for also contesting by adding that:

“As Your Excellency is aware, I offered myself alongside your good self and other patriotic members of the party to fly its highly coveted flag in the 2023 presidential election. I did so in the belief that I have the knowledge base, ideas, experience and desire to provide leadership for our dear country at these most trying times.”

“However, the outcome of the election process has shown that Your Excellency is the popular choice of our party for that assignment.”

“I do not have an iota of doubt in the wisdom of that decision by our Party’s delegates from across the country.”

Lawan in his letter, assured Tinubu of his commitment to the party and readiness to work at all times to ensure the success of the party.

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