A former governor of Lagos State, Chief Bola Tinubu says the Progressives Congress (APC) chances to govern beyond 2023 is as bright as a midnight star.
He said this when he fielded questions from State House correspondents after a closed-door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Tinubu also reassured Nigerians that President Buhari respects the Nigerian Constitution and would vacate office at the expiration of his tenure on May 29, 2023.
He revealed that the president has the interest of all Nigerians at heart and will not like to see them facing difficulties.
According to him “The chances are as bright as a midnight star and we will continue to work for a better Nigeria.
“We cannot interject politics and assumption in everything, we have a nation to build.
“We have a baton to pass. You can depend on Buhari that he will not spend one hour beyond his tenure. He will comply with the Constitution”.
The APC chieftain also charged all well-meaning citizens to remain united in the wake of current security challenges confronting some parts of the Country.
He appealed to Nigerians to put aside their religious, political, or ethnic differences and cooperate with security agents to surmount the problem.
He said: “Yes, every nation will go through these curves and difficult times but how we communicate it to the people and what are the areas to make it easier for the people to bear, those are ideas we have to be able to exchange with the leadership of the country.
“It calls for coming together to reduce banditry, move for unity and be able to bring a better Nigeria to the people because the welfare of our people is extremely important.
“This also calls for cooperation and understanding, effective security and effective giving of information.
“There is no president who will want to see his country in chaos nor is there anyone who will want to see his citizens exposed to banditry and danger.
“No president or a leader that will want to see his nation fractured in tribalism or religious differences and others.
“The current challenges call for serious management, evaluation, and dialogue once in a while,” he said.