Sola Muyideen, Ilorin
One-time military governor of Kwara State, Chief Salahudeen Latinwo, has described the emergence of General Muhammadu Buhari as the president-elect as an indication that the country’s democratic process has come to stay.
Latinwo in Ilorin charged Gen. Buhari to tackle corruption headlong and work as a team with all necessary stakeholders in the quest of returning the Country to the path of greatness.
He said with the victory, Nigerians eagerly await the implementation of his electioneering campaigns promises aimed at transforming the country for the better.
According to him, General Buhari must bring to bear his penchant for integrity, sincerity of purpose and the needed positive change that his party is premised upon.
Latinwo lauded the Independent National Electoral Commission for its dedication to credible polls, added that the commission had proved beyond reasonable doubt that it remains an unbiased and impartial electoral umpire.
The elder statesman also congratulated all those that emerged victorious in the National Assembly elections, including Senator Bukola Saraki of Kwara.
He also commended the Nigerian people for their enthusiasm during the polls and charged them to remain committed to sustainable democratic process by trooping out enmasse during the forthcoming gubernatorial and state Houses of Assembly elections