Former APC Youth Leader, Hamed Mohammed asks Atiku to shelve plans to approach Supreme Court to challenge verdict of Presidential Election Tribunal

The immediate past youth leader of the All Progressives Congress in Lagos Central Senatorial District, Prince Hamed Olanrewaju Mohammed has asked the former Vice President and PDP candidate in 2023 presidential election, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar to shelve the plans to approach the Supreme Court over the verdict of the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal that validated the victory of President Bola Tinubu.

He said Atiku Abubakar should consider himself as an elder Statesman and join hands with President Tinubu to rebuild the country.

While speaking at a Media briefing in Lagos, Prince Mohammed said the loss by the President and other top party members to PDP and Labour Party in their stronghold shows the credibility of the exercise.

He assured that Nigerians will have no regret given their mandates to President Tinubu saying the people should have full trust in his administration.

Prince Mohammed said Asiwaju Tinubu have seen the need for the removal of fuel subsidy even before elected as President.

Speaking further, the APC chieftain said the issue of removal of fuel subsidy has been enmeshed in deep corruption over the years.

According to him, some oil producing countries including Angola have up to five Refineries despite their low population wondering why Nigeria with over two hundred million people cannot boast of functioning one.

He however expressed worry that some people were planning to destabilise the present government due to bold steps taken so far by the President.

Prince Mohammed appealed to Nigerians irrespective of their tribe or religion to support the present government to deliver on its campaign promises.

He believes the President is not a tribalised person reason why he gave people from other tribes and zones juicy positions in his cabinet.

The APC Chieftain explained that President Tinubu has a listening ears and demonstrated that when he reversed the initial #8,000 palliatives as well as increment in salary of workers by #35,000 for six months.

He also asked the President to bean searchlight on the three billion naira given to States as palliatives to cushion the effect of fuel subsidy removal among their residents.

Prince Mohammed is optimistic that the Port Harcout refinery will soon come back to life while assuring that the pains Nigerians are suffering now will end soon with joy.

The APC chieftain believe that the First Lady, Senator Oluremi Tinubu will not abandon the President at this critical moment.

He challenged anyone to showcase a member of the National Assembly that had thirty six Town Hall meetings to render accounts of stewardship and also empowered the people of Lagos Centra Senatorial District

On his part, the councillor representing Ward B in Lagos Mainland Local Government, Hon Frank Ayodele noted that the President has taken steps to fulfil some of his promises ro the people.

He said that he is convinced that by the time the country start refining fuel locally, everything will return to normal in the country.

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