2023 Presidency: I have 11m decisions on backup, Atiku tells PDP pioneers

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2023 Presidency: I have 11m decisions on backup, Atiku tells PDP pioneers


Atiku Abubakar [Twitter/@chosensomto]

The previous Vice President flaunted that he as of now has 11 million votes sitting tight for him even before the political race.

Official competitor on the foundation of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, has asserted that he has 11 million votes secured in his name in front of the 2023 political decision

The previous Vice President expressed this while tending to individuals from the National Working Committee (NWC) of the party in Abuja on Thursday, April 28, 2022.

Atiku flaunted that he stays the best applicant to convey triumph for the PDP, adding that he should have been concurred the right of first refusal for its official primaries, Daily Trust reports.

He accordingly, requested that the NWC consider him as the party's official banner carrier since he has an early advantage of 11 million votes in the overall political decision.

Atiku said, "I'm the best up-and-comer. Under ordinary conditions Mr. Chairman, this is a person who as of now has 11 million votes in his kitty. What's more, I think, as a party, you ought to provide me with the right of first refusal yet we are in a vote based system.

"Everything I can encourage you is to ensure that the manner in which you have begun, you additionally finish up by being exceptionally fair, truly solid, offering each hopeful the chance to confront the electorate."

He adulated the NWC for the fantastic way it has taken care of the illicit relationships of the party and guaranteed Nigerians to anticipate the replication of such administration style from the PDP.

He contended that the decision All Progressives Congress (APC) has bombed Nigerians and encouraged his party to spread its accomplishments to show that they're the most ideal choice.

"we as a whole realize that the APC has flopped however we shouldn't underestimate Nigerians. We ought to go all out to tell them APC has fizzled and PDP has not flopped on our near examination. Assuming you think about the accomplishments of PDP and the disappointment of APC, you realize that you have no other decision than PDP,"

 Atiku said.

Atiku, who likewise talked on his arrangements for the nation, promised to lapse more powers to the states,

 "since I accept that is the most effective way to get Nigeria created to its fullest limit by giving independence and assets to the different parts."

The previous Vice President additionally addressed security and financial issues while relating his experience during a visit to Niger state where, "The lead representative told me, we have around twelve nearby legislatures, which are heavily influenced by crooks. We don't have the foggiest idea how to direct races in those nearby state run administrations.

"Furthermore, I went to the President, I said, Mr. President, we really want more police officers and the President said how might I give you more police officers when the Inspector General of Police and the Police Service Commission are in court on who will enroll cops.

"I can't be that sort of President. We can't enlist police officers in light of the fact that the two organizations are in court and we have a president who can't manage his own heads of divisions, not clergymen."

Atiku is challenging the PDP ticket with a few different wannabes which incorporate the previous Presidents of the Senate, Anyim Pius Anyim and Bukola Saraki; Governors of Bauchi, Akwa Ibom, Rivers and Sokoto states, Bala Mohammed, Emmanuel Udom, Nyesom Wike, and Aminu Tambuwal separately.

Others are previous legislative leader of Ekiti state, Ayodele Fayose, Dele Momodu and Mohammed Hayatu-Deen


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