2023: Atiku promises to restructure Nigeria as president

Former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar, Friday, promised to restructure the country if elected President in 2023.

Atiku who made the promise while Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) delegates in Asaba, including Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, said he would focus attention on the unity of the country, insecurity, economy and education, among others if given the opportunity to Govern the country.

While lamenting that the country was at a cross road and needed an experienced hand to navigate through, he said the issue of power rotation was enshrined in the party’s constitution.

He however said what the PDP needed at this time was to grab the power before entrenching rotation and thanked delegates from Delta for the support given to him at the Port Harcourt convention in 2019. He appealed to them to vote for him in the PDP presidential convention billed for 28 and 29 of this month in Abuja.

Abubakar said: “We want to thank you very much indeed particularly for the support that we received from Delta in the last primaries that took place in Port Harcourt. We cherished that support and we value that support and we shall not forget that support.

“Having said that, we have come to another season of elections in the country but this season is unique because Nigeria has never found itself in this type of situation facing numerous challenges.

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