2023: 'What I Will Do If I Lose', Atiku Reveals His Next Move After Election
- The PDP presidential flagbearer in the 2023 election, Atiku Abubakar, has said he would accept whatever comes of the poll as his fate
- Atiku disclosed that he has always been worried about the kind of country he would leave behind for his children and the future generation
- The former vice president said the thought of leaving a better country behind after his death has always been his worry, adding that he has lived his life
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Atiku Abubakar, the presidential flagbearer of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has said he is running to be Nigeria's president because he understands the country's problem.
The former vice president said his plan is to leave a better Nigeria for Nigerians, including his children.
Atiku speaks on next line of action after 2023 election
Contrary to some views, Atiku, while speaking in a BBC interview, said he is not desperate to be president of Nigeria.
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He added that he will accept whatever comes out of the February 25 presidential election as fate.
The presidential hopeful said he has always told his children that he has lived his life and if he has to bring them back home, which kind of country would he leave for them?
Atiku said this is not only for his children but for the future generation of the country.
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He said thinking of his mind is the same thinking in every parent's mind, asking, "which kind of country will I leave for my children?"
The former vice president said this is one of the reasons he is determined to run for the office of Nigeria's president.
On what will happen if he lost the election, he said:
"I will accept it, it is my fate, I will accept it in good faith. I am not the first loser and I will not be the last loser."
2023 Elections: APC Reacts to Alleged Attack on Buhari in Kano, Sends Powerful Message to Atiku, PDP
Legit.ng earlier reported that APC has denied the claim that President Muhammadu Buhari was attacked by some youths in Kano, and urged Nigerians to disregard the fake news.
In a statement by Bayo Onanuga, the media director of the APC PCC, the ruling party described the report as the imaginary drama of the PDP.
Onanuga said the PDP has lost touch with reality and resulted to peddling lies and fake news to stay afloat in the polity.