President Muhammadu Buhari has saluted winners of All Progressives Congress (APC) primaries the nation over, encouraging losers to exhibit sportsmanship by tolerating the results without sharpness or hatred.
The President expressed this in an announcement by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, in Abuja on Sunday.
The president stated: “In each opposition, somebody needs to win and somebody needs to lose, yet the individuals who lost ought not surrender the party or lose their excitement for the headway of the party.”
He, along these lines, prompted Nigerian government officials to gain from a few applicants like Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State “who regardless of his misfortune didn’t desert APC for another party since he was irate over the result of the gubernatorial primaries.”
The President, who happened to be one of the champs of the APC primaries, said that: “the bigger enthusiasm of our gathering is more noteworthy than our individual aspirations, and we ought to subsequently cooperate for its prosperity, in spite of our misfortunes.”
As indicated by him, “in legislative issues, we shouldn’t lose trust forever in light of the fact that tomorrow could introduce another open door for us to challenge again and win.”
He educated the washouts regarding the primaries “to dependably put the party first since we are in it together to serve the nation, and I am constantly pleased with our individuals who show sportsmanship and a decent gathering soul.”
President Buhari likewise charged the champs “to indicate elegance in triumph as opposed to taunting the washouts, all things considered activity is equipped for obliterating party solidarity and attachment. The tent is sufficiently expansive for us.”
He included that “those chose should see their situations as an open trust as opposed to manhandling their orders to store up close to home riches to the detriment of the conventional voters who voted them into influence