For Tinubu’s inauguration, Benue youth plan to trek to Abuja.

The road trip, according to Nyor, is a badge of pride that will dispel the rumor spread by the “forces of darkness” that Tinubu won’t be inaugurated.

Comrade David Aper Nyor, the head of the Benue Youth Volunteers for Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, declared his plan to go on foot from Makurdi to Abuja to attend Bola Tinubu’s inauguration.

Nyor, who is from the state’s Konshisha Local Government Area, said he is traveling to express his joy over the election of the incoming president and his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC).

The road trip, according to Nyor, is a badge of pride that will dispel the rumor spread by the “forces of darkness” that Tinubu won’t be inaugurated.

He stated that people who believed incorrectly that Tinubu will not have an impact on development are Nigeria’s real opponents because they lack the necessary knowledge.

“As a volunteer, I will personally respect my president-inauguration, elect’s according to Nyor. To celebrate Asiwaju’s victory, I shall begin a trip from the Tinubu/Shettima campaign office in Makurdi to Abuja on the day of the inauguration.”

“To unite and make concerted efforts to advance good governance and ensure a better system of government for all”, he urged all patriotic citizens.

It is estimated that Nigerians supported Tinubu because they have faith in his skill and ability to improve the nation’s position.

The distance Nyor traveled to get to Abuja is evidence of his commitment to Tinubu and the APC. It also emphasizes how crucial it is to assist those in positions of authority who have the power to advance growth and improvement in Nigeria.

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