Presidential election: I’m not desperate for power – Atiku

A couple of days to the initiation of the 2023 decisions, the People groups Leftist faction, PDP, official competitor, Atiku Abubakar, has said he’s not frantic to be Nigeria’s leader.

Atiku expressed in opposition to certain individuals’ thought process, he was challenging for the administration to make Nigeria a superior spot.

He talked in Abuja when the Board of Public Understudies Leaders of Nigeria, supported him as their official competitor, in front of Saturday’s political decision.

Addressed by a previous Speaker of the Place of Delegates, Yakubu Dogara, Atiku said: “I’m not frantic for office. I’m rushing to change things. Under my supervision, such countless things will change. I’ve made a pledge with the Nigerian public.

“We want to see the value in President Muhammadu Buhari for demanding races should be free and fair. We want to see the value in that move.”

On the issue of the upgraded Naira, Atiku cautioned that Nigerians would experience more assuming they permit “fraudsters” to takeover power.

Atiku has been competing for the administration beginning around 1993 when he ventured down for the late MKO Abiola.

In 1999, previous President Olusegun Obasanjo picked him as his Bad habit, and they administered for a long time.



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