Nigerians in the Diaspora and former leader of the group, Chief Amina Temitope Ajayi have congratulated the President-Elect, General Muhammadu Buhari describing the victory as God’s favour.
Ajayi, a.k.a Mama Diaspora, who spoke with Saturday Vanguard from United States yesterday stated that the peaceful conduct of the election and the emergence of Buhari were as a result of the determination and fervent prayers of all Nigerians including the Diaspora for a violent-free election.
She said: “It’s never too late for God’s Favour. As we celebrate this victory, we should continue to show appreciation to our dear President Goodluck Jonathan for delivering a peaceful election. We are overwhelmed by the avalanche of commendation and praises being poured on Nigerians and indeed our dear President world-over for accepting defeat and averting bloodshed after election. Its highly Democratic and commendable to have him as the first African President to accept defeat. This should be emulated across Africa. We are very proud of our dear country Nigeria,” she stated.