- It's that time when politicians would be relaying their messages to Nigerians and convincing them with their laid-down plans
- It's campaign season and the politicians are sure ready to reveal in strong terms what they intended to d for Nigerians if given an opportunity to serve in 2023
- In the buildup o the forthcoming polls, the PDP standard-bearer, Atiku Abubakar has said his administration would prioritise Nigerian agitations if elected as Nigeria's next president
The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, has said that his administration would reinvent the principle of national unity that will reflect the peculiar agitations of Nigerians if elected in the 2023 general elections.
Atiku also maintained that he has set out five thematic areas that would be the building blocks of a new social contract with Nigerians, The Punch reported.
Atiku speaks on his plans for Nigeria if elected
He stated that his government would restore Nigeria’s unity through equity, and social justice to ensure cooperation and consensus among Nigeria’s heterogeneous people.
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The PDP flagbearer further emphasised that he would build a strong competitive and prosperous economy, create jobs and wealth and lift the poor out of poverty.
He revealed the five crucial areas his administration would tackle in the video below;
Nigerians took to the Facebook page of Legit.ng and shared their view on Atiku's agenda.
Vawulence Lørd wrote:
"Atiku is the next president of the federal republic of Arewa."
2023 election: Tinubu to miss peace pact signing, flies to UK as speculation about ill-health emerges
Anthony Chinenye said:
"To be honest,,,, Atiku is the next president of Nigeria."
Alarape Ridwan Gbolahan maintained:
"Atiku u are d next hope for Nigeria next president."
Sam Blatter stated:
"It is time of promises."
Vawulence Lørd urged:
"Go and stop boko haram first."
Tinubu Absent as Atiku, Peter Obi, Other Presidential Candidates Signed Peace Accord
Presidential candidates and chairmen of the 18 political parties have converged at the international conference centre (ICC) and signed the first national peace accord ahead of the 2023 presidential elections.
The accord is organised by the national peace committee chaired by the former head of state, General Abdulsalami Abubakar and Bishop Matthew Kukah.
The initiative was introduced in 2014 following the perceived threats fueled by the 2015 general elections.
Atiku criticises IPOB's sit-at-home, outlines plans to end Biafra agitation in southeast
Atiku Abubakar, the 2023 presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), on Tuesday, September 27, assured that his administration if elected into power will end the growing Biafra agitation in the southeast.
Speaking during his visit to the southeast region, the former vice president said that the continued agitation by some select groups in the southeast region is spiked by feelings of marginalisation which can be tackled effectively.
his agenda for the people are focused on rescuing Nigeria from all the challenges bedevilling the nation.