Lawan gave the hope whereas fielding questions from State House correspondents after a closed-door assembly with the president on Monday in Abuja.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) studies that the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, had on November 18, had comparable assembly with President Buhari.
Gbajabiamila additionally expressed optimism that the amended Electoral Bill would quickly be signed into regulation by the president.
According to him, the president has all the time supported direct primaries, including that he has been a proponent from the very starting.
NAN additionally studies that some governors had expressed their reservation about direct primaries as contained within the Electoral Amendment Bill 2021, urging the president to not signal it into regulation.
The senate president, nevertheless, maintained that the National Assembly had achieved its job by transmitting the handed Bill to the president for him to signal into regulation.
“Sometimes this type of disagreement occurs. And after they do, I believe one of the best ways ahead is for individuals to have interaction.
“I all the time consider, and I’ve conversed over this, that National Assembly members are main stakeholders; governors of APC are main stakeholders and actually, the presidency is a significant stakeholder.
“In reality, the presidency is the most important stakeholder as a result of it runs the administration, and our occasion should all the time attempt to deliver all people collectively.
“I do not suppose there shall be any day that you should have a political subject that everyone will say the identical factor.
“So when now we have any part of a celebration disagreeing with one thing, we must be participating; that’s why we’re politicians; we will need to have that type of a platform the place we focus on points.
“I do not suppose it’s proper to say that governors have disagreed. Maybe some governors may need mentioned they didn’t prefer it this fashion.
“That’s regular. So it is for us to have interaction and interact and interact,” Lawan careworn.