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Why Nigerians should vote Atiku Abubakar in 2023 – Oloye Akinjide

Former Federal Capital Territory minister, Oloye Jumoke Akinjide has been speaking on why the Presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Alhaji Atiku Abubakar is the best to take up the mantle of leadership in Nigeria come 2023.

Atiku, according to Akinjide is needed at a time the ruling APC has brought the country, not down to the ground but under the water, with collapsed economy, no productivity and high degree on insecurity and banditry all over the place.

Speaking on a Fresh FM radio programme, “Political Circuit” in Ibadan, Oloye Jumoke Akinjide said people should not be talking of ethnic and primordial sentiment this time but discuss issues that will bail out the country from the present quagmire.

Jumoke Akinjide who is the Deputy Director General (Women Affairs) for Atiku Presidential Campaign noted that some people are using Lagos State the yardstick for the performance of Sen. Tinubu in government, she rolled out statistics that internationally, Lagos was ranked the second least habitable city in the world.

Lagos has been struggling on rail and infrastructures despite being the fifth largest economy in Africa, living in Lagos is horrific and terrible.

Jumoke Akinjide

She recalled that in 2015, the APC mounted a propaganda that the PDP was corrupt but the whole World could see now that no government can be more corrupt than what Nigerians are currently witnessing with the naira now diving everyday, the youths with the “japa” syndrome, the best of brains leaving in droves and Nigeria ranked as the poverty capital of the world.

“And that’s why those who left the PDP to form APC with them left in anger when they discovered that Buhari government is horror show.”

On why Atiku is the best material for Presidential job, Akinjide stated that he has promised to take million people out of poverty every year by creating credits, vocational and entrepreneurship trainings across the country. Atiku, according to her has been talking of devolution if power to states since 2004, restructure the country such that states will manage their resources, education, health and security system with the establishment of state police.

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