The Wife of the President-elect, Senator Oluremi Tinubu has expressed delight with the improved turn out during Saturday, 18 March, 2023 Governorship and state Assembly Elections in the state.
She said it was good that Nigerians came out enmasse to perform their civic duty despite the wrong perception by some people during first leg of elections on February 25th.
While speaking with newsmen after casting her ballot at unit 034 near Police Barracks, Falomo in Ikoyi, Senator Oluremi Tinubu said the nations democracy had grown beyond tribe, religion and any other sentiment.
According to her, the current democratic experience is now transcending to Nigerians voting for Nigerians.
She believes the people have learnt the much needed lessons from the outcome of the February 25th Presidential and National Assembly polls.
Senator Oluremi Tinubu said the way forward is for Nigerians to learn how to live together as one irrespective of where one comes from.
On the concern raised in the use of BIVAS during the February 25th poll, Oluremi Tinubu said that the country is yet to get it right in terms of the use of technology.
She noted that the country will witness enormous progress in the electoral process when electricity supply is stable.
The Wife of the President-elect said her desire is to leave an exemplary legacy for the nation.
Sixteen political parties fielded candidates for the Governorship elections while 394 candidates are jostling for 20 House of Assembly seats in the state