May 28, 2022

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Atiku Abubakar reveals what he will do if Nigerians elect him in 2023 – Legit.ng

Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, a former Vice President of Nigeria and the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, has promised to restructure the country if he gets the chance to become the country’s president.

Alhaji Atiku made the pledge when addressing PDP delegates, including Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, at Unity Hall, Government House, Asaba.

Outlining other areas he would turn his attention to if given the opportunity to lead the nation’s affairs, including the country’s unity, insecurity, economy and education, the former vice president stressed that the country is at a crossroads and a solution needs an experienced hand to navigate.

He thanked the Delta delegates for the support they gave him at the Port Harcourt was granted in 2019 and appeal Advised them to vote for him in the PDP presidential election Congress billed for 28 and 29 this month in Abuja.

Alhaji Abubakar said the issue of power rotation is enshrined in the party’s constitution, noting that the PDP must seize power at this point before enshrining the rotation.

“We would like to give a special Thank you for the support we received from Delta in the recent Port Harcourt primary. We appreciated that support and we appreciate that support and we will not forget that support.

“Nevertheless we have another election season in the country but this season is unique because Nigeria has never been in such a situation and has faced numerous challenges.

“Therefore, when I declared that I would run for president this time, I identified five key areas which this country needs immediate attention.

“First of all, I noticed the lack of unity in our country today. Why lack of unity, because we have the government APC, which does not identified with our diversity that doesn’t respect and govern our diversity as if we all don’t matter.

“And as a result of that we have a very divided country, and I said , I will disagree this addressing the first day of my presidency if I am elected,” Abubakar said , when casting their votes for candidates to raise the party’s flag.

For his part, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa said Alhaji Abubakar had the experience, the country out of the challenges plaguing the nation and confirmed that the issue of restructuring was relevant to the people of the Niger Delta region when it came to who should rule the country in 2023.

Governor Okowa said the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS) is one way to improve credible elections and tasked the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) with ensuring transparency is not compromised.

He said state delegates would scrutinize the presidential hopefuls and throw their weight behind the most credible in the upcoming party’s primary.

“We have a lot right now Uncertainty. Problems related to education have been identified, but for us in the South-South Geopolitical Zone the issue of restructuring is very important.

“Having discussed these key issues, we have We have noted your speech and believe that you are a man we can trust because the issues you have raised are issues that concern us and this nation.

“And we feel that it takes a lot of experience to deal with these problems without learning the ropes.

“Okay, there At the time when decisions were being made by Deltans, many of these issues will be reviewed. We would review all candidates who will be presenting at the convention on the 28th of this month, and Deltans will always vote for the individual with great capacity

” But we are confident that you, at the time, as such Things happened in the past, were and were in a team that could find solutions. I believe that will place you very highly in our minds by the time we make decisions,” added the governor.

Also a member of the Atiku Support Organization speaks (ASO) Senator Dino Melaye described Alhaji Abubakar as a unifier and a servant leader who has a cure for all the problems in the country.

PDP State Chairman Chief Kingsley Esiso said delegates will support aspirants with proven integrity.