David Nyor, a 30-year old Nigerian man in Benue State, has made a bold claim.
He claimed that he will walk from Makurdi to Abuja to witness the inauguration of President-elect, Bola Tinubu.
Nyor, the president of Benue Youth Volunteers for Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, said the road trip is a mark of honour and to disparage the ill-conceived notion from those he described as forces of darkness that the president-elect would not be inaugurated.
Nyor, who hails from Konshisha local government, said in an interview he is embarking on the journey to express his joy towards election of the president-elect and his party, All Progressives Congress (APC).
He said the decision to vote for the president elect was not just a choice but a decision of Nigerians because they believe in his competence and capacity to save the country.
The Benue walker said those having erroneous assumptions Tinubu would not impact development are true enemies of Nigeria.
“When we started this journey, they said our president-elect will not be given the party’s ticket. After the primaries, they started agitating the Muslim-Muslim ticket can not survive at the polls.
“While we went out on February 25 to vote for the progressive’s Renewed Hope, they were busy making noise and planning to rig elections, but God failed them.
“I will be honoring the inauguration of my president elect, as a volunteer. I will be trekking from Tinubu/Shettima campaign office in Makurdi to Abuja starting on the inauguration day, to honour victory of Asiwaju,” Nyor said.
Nyor urged patriotic citizens to join hands and make efforts in promoting good governance and securing a better government for all.