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Tambuwal: PDP Will Accept Outcome of Elections #ElectionDay

The governor of Sokoto state Aminu Waziri Tambuwal has said the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was ready to accept whatever would be the outcome of the ongoing elections in the country.

“We believe in God and we believe He gives power. If God gives us the victory we will be happy and thank Him and if it is vice versa, we will still thank Him and take it in good faith,” he said.

Tambuwal who cast his vote at the Kofar Ajiya, Nizamiyya Model Primary School in his hometown, Tambuwal expressed satisfaction with the conduct of the election so far.


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