Nigeria will be a more peaceful place if Gen. Muhammadu Buhari wins the presidential election in February.
This is according to the All Progressives Congress (APC) senatorial candidate for Edo North, Francis Alimikhena, who spoke at the home town of Governor Adams Oshiomhole in Iyamu, during the end of the year celebration also described Oshiomhole as a servant who has dedicated his life to the service of mankind.
Alimikhena said that the people of Edo State would not have tasted the dividends of democracy if Oshiomhole had not emerged as governor.
He expressed his gratitude to the people of the state for their support and encouragement for the governor. The senatorial aspirant also wished Nigerians a happy new year.
Urging the people to continue supporting the APC, he noted that “Nigeria has a long way to go in order to redeem our lost ground and APC is the vehicle that will take us on this rescue mission.”
If voted into the Senate, Alumikhena promised the people of Edo North of effective representation with the provision of water, good health facilities, good schools, job creation through micro-credit scheme and skill acquisition centre.