Kosoko, who was the Secretary of the Creative Arts Directorate of the dissolved Tinubu/Shettima Presidential Campaign Council of the All Progressives Congress (APC), in a statement on Friday, said the decision of the PEPC was in sinc with the wishes and aspirations of majority of Nigerians who voted for them. This, he said, has once again demonstrated the faith of Nigerians in Tinubu administration's Renewed Hope Agenda and the ability of the present administration to turn around the fortunes of the country in all facet of the national life.
He said: "I wish to heartily congratulate President Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Vice President Kashim Shettima on their victory with the Presidential Election Petition Court judgment, which validated their elections. There is no doubt that the decision of the tribunal is the needed tonic for the administration to focus on the Renewed Hope Agenda and also fulfil its electioneering campaigns for the masses of the Nigerian people.
"Despite widespread falsehoods and gross misrepresentation, many of us have always known that the election of February 25, 2023 was won fair and clear by President Tinubu and Vice President Shettima and that the decision of the tribunal was only the icing on the cake. It is my honest opinion that with this victory, Nigeria and Nigerians are in for an unmatched progress and development in the anals of the country.
"Let me also use this opportunity to congratulate Her Excellency, the First Lady, Senator Oluremi Tinubu for this victory, knowing that she has always stood strong, not just with Mr President but on the side of the generality of Nigerians. It is my belief that with this victory, she will do much more for the people, using her office to impact on the lives of citizens, especially with her Renewed Hope Foundation.
"Though I am aware that Her Excellency, the First Lady detests being praised for her humanitarian activities, I am however compelled to pray that God will continue to keep her, reward her efforts and strengthen her to continue to offer succour for the generality of Nigerians.
"Lastly, I want to commend the Judiciary, especially the judges of the PEPC for the their painstaking work over the last three months and for doing the judiciary proud with their well researched ruling even in the face of intimidation and blackmail. The Justice Haruna Tsammani led panel has only renewed the faith of Nigerians in the judiciary with a clear message that it will always stand on the side of Nigerians."