Tinubu Will Deepen Democracy In Nigeria – Hadi Al-Mustapha

Kano based businessman, Alhaji Hadi Al-Mustapha has called on Nigerians to rally behind President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s administration, praising the president’s efforts to reposition the country economically and deepen democracy.

In a statement issued on Democracy Day, Al-Mustapha, who’s the younger brother of Hamza Al-Mustapha, the former chief security officer to late head of state, Gen Sani Abacha, commended Tinubu’s tough decisions, including the push for local government autonomy.

He described the move as commendable and courageous, saying it could lead to a new dawn for democracy in Nigeria.

“The president is taking the right decisions and everyone must support the administration. We have finished elections and the time for politics is over, it is time to rebuild Nigeria and everyone must play their part.

“The administration is fighting for local government autonomy and it is commendable. It’s a tough and courageous decision. If it succeeds, it will be a new dawn for democracy in Nigeria and for the rural dwellers in the country who will feel the positive impact of democracy.

“That is not all, the president is also tackling the economic challenges boldly and steadily, and i am sure that very soon we will start seeing results. People should be patient with this administration so that Nigeria can get out of the woods. Everybody, no matter your political party, should support the government because this is not time for the usual politics, politicians like to play. This is the time to rebuild Nigeria,” he said.

Al-Mustapha urged politicians to be more patriotic and offer constructive criticism, rather than negative and destructive comments.

“I’m not a politician and don’t belong to any political party, but i feel compelled to make this appeal because of the courageous steps of the Tinubu administration.

“Politicians need to be more patriotic and stop negative and destructive criticism that can slow down governance, and focus on rebuilding Nigeria by offering advice and constructive criticism to the government,” Al-Mustapha added.

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