Nigerian presidential candidate of the main opposition All Progressives Congress (APC), Muhammadu Buhari and vice-presidential candidate Yemi Osinbajo attend a campaign rally on January 19, 2015 in Kaduna. Buhari will face President Goodluck Jonathan ~ CHRIS STEIN
Lagos - Former Kwara governor, Bukola Saraki has hailed the All Progressives Party's victory in the region as a new dawn for Kwara and Nigeria.
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He also thanked the people of Kwara for standing by him and the APC during the election.
Saraki added that the people had exercised their right to vote and had spoken in who they wanted to be governed by.
He also said that the party would now deliver and give back to the people who had stood by them in re-electing the APC as the ruling party in the region.
The party declared that it refocus on issues within the region, such as youth employment, poverty, education, health and environment.
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