Why I Married From Different Places, Atiku Abubakar Opens Up

Why I Married From Different Places, Atiku Abubakar Opens Up

  • Nigeria's problems have been blamed on political leaders who manipulate citizens with ethnicity and religion
  • According t former presidential candidate of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), only a detribalized Nigerian can promote unity in the country
  • Atiku said because he is detribalized, that is the reason he married women from diverse backgrounds

In what will continue to amaze Nigerians, former vice president Atiku Abubakar has revealed his reasons for marrying from different areas.

Atiku who blamed the country’s woes on the manipulation by political leaders of ethnicity and religion to hold on to power, implied that his marriage style is an indication of his believe in all Nigerians irrespective of ethnicity or religion.

He added that only a detrabilised Nigerian can promote unity in the country, The Guardian Newspaper reports.

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The former presidential candidate of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in 2019 made this known in Kaduna as a guest of honour at the 2021 Lecture of the Arewa Media and Development Forum.

He subsequently condemned the use of religion and ethnicity to divide the citizenry.

Atiku reveals why he married from different places
Atiku Abubakar has blamed the country’s woes on the manipulation by political leaders. Photo: Atiku Abubakar
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Atiku said:

“I don’t see any Nigerian as Igbo, Hausa or Yoruba. When I see you, I see a Nigerian and I expect the best from you; that is why I don’t select where I should marry. I married women from the diverse backgrounds because I don’t look at their backgrounds; I only see them as wonderful Nigerian women.”

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He said the ex-VP told him they would meet at the field, saying he heard the popular journalist was interested in the 2023 presidential election.

The PDP chieftain on Friday, October 29, met with the former vice president at the opposition party's national convention at the Eagle Square on Saturday, October 30.

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In another report, a former governor of Ekiti state, Chief Segun Oni has expressed satisfaction over the turnout of events at the just concluded national convention of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) held in Abuja, on Sunday, October 31.

The chieftain says the successful conduct of the convention signalled the return of the party, one that is stronger and ready to rescue Nigeria.

Oni made this disclosure through a statement he issued on Sunday, October 31, in Abuja.

Source: Legit Nigeria

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