Kwara State Governor, Dr. AbdulFatah Ahmed has said that  the All Progressives Congress Presidential candidate, General Muhammadu Buhari will end the growing incidents  of corruption and insecurity in Nigeria if elected next year.
Governor Ahmed stated this in Ilorin during an interview with Government House Correspondents on his arrival from the 3rd  National Convention of the party held in Lagos.
He noted that the emergence of General Muhammadu Buhari was  a reflection and confidence of Nigerians that the former head of state  has  capacity to tackle problems of corruption and insecurity confronting the country.
Dr. Ahmed  recalled  that General Buhari had the antecedents Nigerians could look back to and agree to the fact that he had done it well and would do it again.
Speaking on the conduct of the APC presidential election, Governor Ahmed explained that the exercise ushered in a new trend for Nigeria’s democracy as Nigerians saw democracy and sportsmanship in action which he emphasised  was a reflection of what Nigerians should be looking forward to from next year.
He  urged other political parties to learn inclusiveness, sportsmanship and allow one man, one vote concept to be their watchwords  in any democratic selective process.
On the election of Senator Simeon Ajibola as the gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the state, Governor Ahmed submitted that his emergence was not a challenge to his bid for re-election but a better opportunity to continue his various programmes for the people of the state.
“I don’t see him as a threat. Indeed in the last election I was part of the team who pleaded with the people of Kwara South to re-elect him into the Senate,” the governor added.
Governor Ahmed promised to continue to upscale his programmes as the people of the state are ready to make their choice in good governance, development, peace and youth empowerment as demonstrated in the last three years.