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JUST IN!!! Atiku Identifies Kind Of Leader Nigeria Needs Ahead Of 2023 General Election – See What He Said

Former presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Atiku Abubakar, has highlighted the kind of leadership Nigeria needs ahead of 2023 elections.

Atiku said Nigeria needs a leadership that can bring about unity to the entire country.

The former Vice President expressed the hope that the country would thrive under a leadership that would unify and promote peace.

Atiku, Tambuwal Have Indicated Interest In Running For Presidency – Governor Makinde Reveals

Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde, has claimed that former Vice-President, Atiku Abubakar and Governor of Sokoto State, Aminu Tambuwal, have indicated interest in contesting in the 2023 presidential election.

There have been speculations in the past weeks over the candidates for the next general elections, especially with the issues raised around zoning.

Makinde, speaking during an interview on Channels Television on Thursday, boasted that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has “eminently qualifiedâ€

Nigeria Needs Leader To Stabilise, Restructure Economy – Atiku

He also said that Nigeria needed a leader that would develop the country through restructuring and put the country in the positive corner of global economic of nations.

He stated this at the 70th birthday lecture and public lecture with the theme, ‘Technology: A missing link in Nigeria’s development’ and presentation of a book in honour of Emeritus Chairman of DAAR Communications Plc, Raymond Dokpesi, in Abuja.

He stated that beyond having a technology enthusiast as President, the country also needed a leader that would unify, restructure and guarantee the security of its citizens.

He stated that beyond having a technology enthusiast as President, the country also needed a leader that would unify, restructure and guarantee the security of its citizens.

Atiku, however, said he was the right man that would give the country what it needed to take the lead in the comity of nations.

“Nigeria needs a leadership that can unify the country, bring stability, restructure the country, reform the economy and bring about cohesion to the nationâ€

“Nigeria needs a leadership that can unify the country, bring stability, restructure the country, reform the economy and bring about cohesion to the nationâ€

2023: Atiku Reveals Party Nigerians Will Vote For In Next Election

Atiku stated this on Saturday, while speaking to journalists after he voted at the state congress of the PDP in Adamawa state.

He urged politicians to respect the PDP’s electoral guidelines and the nation’s constitution in election.

Thirty nine aspirants were earlier cleared for various posts by the PDP election screening committee headed by Mamu Alhaji Mohammed.

Thirty nine aspirants were earlier cleared for various posts by the PDP election screening committee headed by Mamu Alhaji Mohammed.

Meanwhile, the Chairman of the All Progressives Congress committee for Adamawa State, Prof Umar Adam Katsayal, has debunked claims that a court in Yola stopped the party’s state congress.

The chairman stated this at the Lamido Cinema, the venue of the congress.

The chairman stated this at the Lamido Cinema, the venue of the congress.

Atiku, Saraki Are Viable Presidential Candidates – PDP Chieftain, Ehilebo Says Ahead Of 2023 Elections

Atiku Abubakar, a former Vice President and Bukola Saraki, ex- Senate President, have been described as viable presidential candidates.

Anthony Ehilebo, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Director of New Media, disclosed this while speaking exclusively with NAIJALOADED.

Ehilebo said Atiku, who is PDP’s last presidential candidate and Saraki have been working towards occupying the Nigeria’s highest political seat.

Despite their silent presidential aspirations, Ehilebo noted that the final decision on who emerges would be the collective decision of the PDP.

Despite their silent presidential aspirations, Ehilebo noted that the final decision on who emerges would be the collective decision of the PDP.

According to Ehilebo: