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NIGERIANS WILL VOTE FOR THE PDP IN 2023, SAYS ATIKU

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NIGERIANS WILL VOTE FOR THE PDP IN 2023, SAYS ATIKU

By Oladeji Showunmi

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar believes Nigerians would restore the Peoples Democratic Party to power in the 2023 presidential election.

Atiku, who encouraged politicians to follow the PDP’s electoral rules and the country’s constitution during elections, said that democracy could only prevail in a free and fair atmosphere.

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Speaking to media soon after casting his ballot at the PDP’s state congress in Adamawa State, the former vice president expressed confidence that the PDP will set the standard for others in terms of electoral integrity.

Before Atiku and others, Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri was the first to vote.

The PDP election screening committee, led by Mamu Alhaji Mohammed, has already approved 39 candidates for different positions.

Meanwhile, Prof Umar Adam Katsayal, Chairman of the All Progressives Congress committee for Adamawa State, has refuted reports that the party’s state congress was halted by a court in Yola.

This was announced by the chairman at the Lamido Cinema, which served as the site for the congress.

“It is not true; there is no court injunction halting today’s congress,” he added.
The seven-man committee may be seen on the ground, and the election materials have already arrived.”

“All aspirants are here, and we are ready to go,” he said, adding that they were just waiting for INEC officials to arrive.

He said that all 36 places in the competition will be democratically contested.
Delegates were still getting access to the conference location at the time of writing this report.

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