Buhari Pens Congratulatory Message to Biden

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President Muhammadu Buhari has taken to his official Twitter handle to congratulate Joe Biden on his victory as the new U.S President-elect at a time of uncertainty and fear in the world.

The President declared Biden’s victory, a reminder that “democracy is the best form of government” because it gives the people opportunities to change their government by “peaceful means”.

According to him, “the most powerful group are not the politicians, but voters who can decide the fate of the politicians at the polling booth”.

Buhari added that he hopes for a stronger collaboration between Nigeria and the United States, particularly at economic, diplomatic, political and security levels.

His full tweet reads,

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“Congratulations to US President-Elect Joe Biden on his election at a time of uncertainty and fear in world affairs. His election is a reminder that democracy is the best form of government because it offers the people the opportunity to change their government by peaceful means.

“In a democracy, the most powerful group are not the politicians, but voters who can decide the fate of the politicians at the polling booth. The main fascination of democracy is the freedom of choice and the supremacy of the will of the people.

“Respect for the will of the people is the very reason why democracy remains the best form of government, despite its limitations from one polity to another, and from one society to another

“President-Elect Biden’s remarkable track record gives us hope that he will add value to the presidency and world affairs. We look forward to greater cooperation between Nigeria and the United States, especially at economic, diplomatic, political and security levels.

“I urge Mr Biden to deploy his vast experience in tackling the negative consequences of nationalist politics on world affairs—which have created divisions and uncertainties—and to introduce greater engagement with Africa on the basis of reciprocal respect and shared interests.

 

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