He stressed that politicians should stop politicking and concentrate on good governance.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, Alhaji Aminu Tambuwal and the governor-elect of Sokoto State, has advised candidates who won in the March 28 and April 11 general elections to ensure good governance when they assume office.
Tambuwal said this in Yola, Adamawa state on Saturday, May 16, while on a private visit to the state.
He said the people are yearning for good governance not politicking, stressing that politicians should stop politicking and concentrate on good governance.
He urged leaders to be honest and committed to their mandate, and advised them to relate well with the people.
"We are done with politicking and now is time for governance.
"What Nigerians are yearning for is good governance and that is why they have elected us.
"I am calling on those who emerged victorious at the last polls to face governance and stop politicking.
"They should be honest and dedicated to the mandate which the people gave to them,’’ he said.
Tambuwal described Adamawa Governor Bala Ngilari as a man of destiny, commending him for ensuring that normalcy returned to the state.