- Ahead of the 2023 general election, PDP chieftains have declared their full support for the presidential ambition of Atiku Abubakar
- This was made known by Chief Raymond Dokpesi, the leader of the technical committee for former VP Atiku
- Dokpesi further hinted that the twenty-four stakeholders have shown full support for Atiku during the party stakeholders’ meeting in Adamawa
Adamawa, Yola- Nigeria's former vice president, Atiku Abubakar, has received a major endorsement from stakeholders of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in 24 states.
According to the Leader of the Technical Committee for Atiku, Chief Raymond Dokpesi, a committee soliciting support for him, has endorsed Atiku for President in 2023, The Nation reports.
The PDP chieftain, Dokpesi, made this disclosure during a visit of his committee to Yola, the Adamawa state capital.
He said Adamawa was the 24th state his committee was visiting and that all the 24 states showed overwhelming support for Atiku.
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Dokpesi, the founder of DAAR Communications, thanked the people of Adamawa for supporting the former Vice-President.
Nollywood actor calls for Atiku's support
Legit.ng had reported that a Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie had called on the former presidential candidate of the PDP to support his ambition of becoming Nigeria’s next president
Edochie on Wednesday, November 1, revealed that in 2019 he fully supported the former vice president for his presidential campaign
He expressed hope after stating that he resigned his government appointment during the last general election to throw his weight for Atiku.
I’m No longer Interested in Becoming Nigeria's President, PDP Chieftain Makes U-Turn after 3 Attempts
Relatively, ahead of the 2023 general elections, Attahiru Bafarawa has said he no longer wants to become Nigeria's president.
The former Sokoto state governor and PDP chieftain said he would never run for any political office again.
Bafarawa also condemned the usual political tradition of governors going to the Senate after completing their tenures.
Prominent Nigerian pastor predicts what will happen if Tinubu becomes president
In other news, Bishop Leonard Umunna, a Lagos based pastor, said he has full support for Bola Tinubu in his speculated quest to become Nigeria's president in 2023.
The cleric who said he prophesied Tinubu into office as Lagos governor said he won't be as bad as most leaders the country has had if he becomes president.
Bishop Umma, however, issued a caveat saying that he spoke based on the personal assessment as God has not spoken to him on the matter.