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The former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar, has urged all Nigerians to put aside their differences and political affiliations and come together to address the challenging political issues facing the nation.
Atiku, the national leader of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and the party’s flag bearer in the controversial 2023 presidential election, made this declaration in Abuja Thursday, when various political interest groups paid him a solidarity visit at his Abuja home.
Speaking at the occasion, Dr. Pascal Ejeh, the leader of the PDP National WhatsApp Group, said that Atiku is not only the face of the PDP but also the beacon of hope for ordinary Nigerians.

He emphasized that Atiku signifies hope for the common citizens, loved by many Nigerians, and urged Atiku whom he believed won the disputed 2023 election, not to be discouraged but to continue to strive to inspire the country to make it a better place for all.
In a similar vein, Dr. Kamaludeen Adigun, the DG of the One Movement for Atiku/Okowa, stated that the purpose of their visit was to show solidarity with Atiku and to ask him to continue playing the leadership role of inspiring the people.
One of the group members, Hajia Aisha Ismail, also known as Aunty Dada, believes that Atiku is the only one among the political class with a patriotic zeal to unite and lead the country. She therefore asked Atiku not to back out at this critical point in our political history, where the APC administration has ruined the socioeconomic fabric of the nation.
Another group known as the Independent Strategic Team, led by Dr. Fatima Atiku believed that the Waziri is a man of principles who can be relied on to deliver on his campaign promises.
In response, Atiku, who is also the Waziri of Adamawa, thanked the groups for their visit. He stated that he will continue to advocate and fight for the interests of the people as long as he is able. He emphasized the importance of Nigerians uniting to bring an end to the anti-people policies of the APC.”

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