2023 Presidency: Atiku Happy, Impressed After Crucial PDP Meeting

2023 Presidency: Atiku Happy, Impressed After Crucial PDP Meeting

  • The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) held a Board of Trustees (BoT) meeting on Tuesday, March 15
  • The outcome of the meeting, according to Vice President Atiku Abubakar, showed that the party is truly united
  • Atiku who said this via Twitter added that the opposition party is ready to take over the nation's leadership in 2023

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar is certain that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is set to take over the leadership of Nigeria come 2023 general elections.

Atiku who is also a presidential aspirant on the platform of the opposition party expressed satisfaction after attending a crucial meeting convened by the leadership of the PDP.

Atiku Abubakar
Atiku said the PDP is ready to take over Nigeria's leadership (Photo: @atiku)
Source: Twitter

He noted that the outcome of the meeting held with members of PDP's Board of Trustees (BoT) shows that is in his words, the party is "organic".

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The former vice president also said the opposition party is set to take Nigeria into a brighter future.

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His tweet read:

"Today’s meeting with the Board of Trustees of the @OfficialPDPNig shows clearly that our party is organic and ready to lead Nigeria into a brighter future."

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Meanwhile, Atiku said his passion for the country's progress was what was driving his quest for the presidency in 2023.

In a meeting with the PDP's House of Representatives minority caucus in Abuja on Tuesday, March 1, Atiku officially declared interest in the presidency as he sought the lawmakers' support.

The Adamawa-born politician said he has the mental and physical energy to serve the opposition party and Nigerians as president.

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Speaking further, Atiku said he will work in harmony with the National Assembly and protect constitutional independence and freedom if he became president.

"Most of the changes we want to bring require constitutional adjustment and that can not happen without cooperation with the national assembly.
“I want to ensure a smooth and careful legislative process. I will give my best and work with politicians and great resource people in our party, I have the mental and physical energy to serve our party to the fullest..."

Source: Legit.ng

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