- The PDP presidential aspirant in the 2023 elections, Atiku Abubakar, has visited his home state since he clinched the party's ticket
- During his visit, the ex-vice president said his primary agenda is to serve Nigerians while calling for unity within the party
- Atiku, who was received by a crowd of people in Yola, urged the electorates in the state to consolidate on the privilege he had always gotten from them in his 30 years of the political career
Yola, Adamawa - The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has returned to his home state, Adamawa, for the first time since he became the party's flagbearer.
The former vice president, on his return, said his only agenda was to serve Nigerians, Daily Trust reported.
The presidential candidate of the umbrella party promises to address the challenges facing this country if elected.
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This will be the first time the ex-vice president will visit the state since his emergence as the PDP candidate in the 2023 election.
He asked the state's people to consolidate on the support he had gotten from them throughout his 30-year political career.
He also called for unity within the party.
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