General Elections: Atiku To Get 2.5m Votes From Group
A political support group canvassing for the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, has promised to deliver 2.5 million votes for him across the country during the 2023 presidential election of February 25, 2023.
The group known as Atiku 100% while disclosing this at a one-day National Youth Conference organised on Wednesday in Abuja, noted that Nigerian youths, under the auspices of the group, were determined to deliver massive votes for Atiku across the six geopolitical zones of the country.
According to the group’s leader, Mr. Musa Mantu, who spoke on the theme: “Grassroots Mobilization of Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Votes for Atiku Abubakar” the mission was simply to ‘think Nigeria first; do Nigeria first; and act Nigeria first,’ so that whatever the youths do today, tomorrow and in the future, should be all about protecting the integrity and interest of Nigeria and Nigerians first.
He said “Atiku Abubakar will not only bring stability and prosperity but will also bring sustainable growth so we can usher in the fabrication of a new generation of political, business and economic leaders, manufacturing opportunities, build new enterprises, provide social Infrastructures, mentor new entrepreneurs and strengthen the small and medium scale enterprises which is the bedrock of any serious and successful country.”
While, explaining why Atiku and Okowa should be voted into power, the youth leader remarked on some of the key factors saying “It is too late to fail. The success of Nigerians is non-negotiable, the Nigerian dream must be realized, whether it is a kid from Zamfara, Anambra or a kid from Oyo, that kid has a right to a decent life and an opportunity to actualize his or her dreams.
“We have suffered way too much, this issue of japa is way too popular at the moment, the exportation and exploitation of our vibrant professionals and talents abroad is killing us softly, be it doctors, engineers, skilled and unskilled laborers, journalists, educators, enough is enough.
“We do not have any other country that we can call our own, the social deprivation, the economic starvation, the insecurity and lack of unity, ‘haba,’ enough is enough!”
He, further, pointed out that this is a clarion call to all youths, the largest voting constituency in Nigeria, and the good people of Nigeria to vote for Atiku Abubakar as president to recover Nigeria, the only unifier, the rescuer, the liberator, the nationalist.
“He is the most detribalised and most experienced candidate who knows the way, can relate and can enter all 36 states, 774 LGAs, over 9,400 wards, 177,000 polling units in this country and he will be accepted, largely acknowledged and probably has touched a life or two there regardless of tribe, religion, creed or ethnicity,” he said.
He also urged the electorate to shun any form of violence or abuse on election day, cast their votes orderly, and remain peaceful.