2023 Elections: Voting credible candidates will guarantee good … – Guardian Nigeria

For Nigeria to continue to enjoy a stable democratic system and good governance, the citizens must ensure that only credible and trusted flagbearers with visible track records of achievements are elected into office during the forthcoming 2023 general elections.
The Special Adviser to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Education, Tokunbo Wahab, who stated this, added that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) must also ensure that the elections are free, fair and credible. 
Wahab noted that the hallmark of democracy is credible polls and good governance, urging Nigerians to consider every candidate’s experience, past records and competency before casting their votes during the 2023 elections.
Describing the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu as one of such leaders that the nation needs at this critical time, the Special Adviser pointed out that the blueprint that Tinubu left after leaving office has remained the template that successive administrations have built their policies and had enabled them to achieve remarkable records.
In his words, “The economic blueprint handed down by the Tinubu administration in 2007 was an ideal economic transformation policy document comparable to any other across the globe.
The document had not only repositioned Lagos to become Nigeria’s economic nerves centre, but has propelled it to be the fifth largest economy in Africa”.
While expressing optimism that the nation would witness more and more transformations if Tinubu succeeds President Muhammadu Buhari, Wahab stated that the APC presidential candidate is the most qualified and prepared among the flag-bearers aiming to take over Nigeria’s mantle of leadership next year.
He added that Asiwaju was the only candidate that had traversed the nation’s geo-political zones and built a generation of leaders contributing their quota to Nigeria’s development.
While wishing Lagosians a more prosperous new year ahead, the Special Adviser urged the residents to re-elect Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu and his deputy, Dr. Obafemi Hamzat for their second term in office, to allow them to complete various ongoing reforms and massive infrastructure development projects visible across the State.
He noted that the combination of the two technocrats, the Governor and his deputy, is the best thing to happen to Lagos State in recent times, observing that governance in a state of over 20 million people is better managed by tested and trusted hands. 
The Special Adviser noted that the various reforms and initiatives introduced by the Sanwo-Olu administration had redefined governance and brought democracy dividends to the doorstep of the common man.

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