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NANS South West Congratulates Fatai Buhari For Clinching Party Ticket

NANS South West Congratulates Fatai Buhari For Clinching Par

NANS South West Congratulates Fatai Buhari For Clinching Party Ticket

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Zaccheus Ukhueleigbe
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The leadership of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), South West has felicitated Senator Fatai Buhari for securing his party's ticket again to represent the Oyo North Senatorial district in the Senate.

In a statement made available to AllNews Nigeria, NANS Coordinator, Comrade Adegboye, Emmanuel Olatunji said, "We recognise the vibrancy and dynamism displayed so far in representing the people of Oyo North Senatorial district which has necessitated his return to the hallowed chamber.

"There can be no greater evidence of Senator Fatai Buhari's satisfactory performance than being entrusted with the return ticket to further improve the lot of his people.

"We hereby urge Senator Buhari to reinforce his efforts and serve his constituents even more meritoriously by sponsoring more bills that directly impact and impart on the people and most especially the Students Constituency.

"In the same vein, we commend the Oyo North Senatorial district constituents and delegates for snubbing Shina Peller at the primary election.

"At the primary held on May 29, 2022, Shina Peller polled a measly total number of 5 votes as against Buhari's overwhelming 570.

"This turn of events is in concordance with our policy of accountability. Every public office holder must be held accountable by the constituents and the non-performers be either recalled or prevented from getting another term.

"Going forward, we hope that other constituents, delegates and political parties shall emulate the Oyo North Senatorial District delegates by rejecting the likes of Mr Peller whose actions are both unworthy of emulation by Nigerian youths and unbefitting of Nigeria's apex lawmaking house.

"Even as we harp on the full implementation of the 'Not Too Young To Run Bill', young leaders must non-negotiably perform well so as to pave way for more young people in government.

"Quality and not quantity must triumph always!"

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Zaccheus Ukhueleigbe
Zaccheus Ukhueleigbe

is a media and communications professional | digital media strategist. A proud Nigerian and an advo...

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