The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, has sent a very strong message to Nigerians ahead of the coming elections in the country.
According to Daily Post, Abubakar told Nigerians what to do during the Saturday’s governorship and House of Assembly elections. Abubakar urged Nigerians to come out massively and perform their civic responsibility during the Saturday’s elections.
In a video message to Nigerians which he posted on his Twitter handle, the former Vice President called on Nigerians to come out and vote for the PDP candidates during the elections. According to the Waziri of Adamawa: “I express my profound gratitude for the massive votes you gave my party – the PDP, during the Presidential and National elections.
“As we move to the governorship and state elections on March 9, I urge you to come out in larger numbers to peacefully vote for PDP, from top to bottom.”
Atiku Abubakar✔@atikuI express my profound gratitude for the massive votes you gave my party – the PDP, during the Presidential and National elections. As we move to the governorship & state elections on March 9, I urge you to come out in larger numbers to peacefully vote for PDP, from top to bottom. 4,14012:37 AM – Mar 7, 2019
Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed to work harder than he has done in the past as Nigeria’s leader before he retires to Daura, Katsina State, his hometown.
Buhari, who won his reelection bid with over 15 million votes, made the vow on Wednesday via a post on his official Twitter handle.
According to the President, he would place his best focus on security, infrastructure, job creation and fighting corruption.
The president further assured Nigerians that he will not let them down in the second and last leg of his tenure. His words: “At the end of this second and final term, I will, God willing, return to Daura and settle down.
“Until then, I will continue to do my best for Nigeria, in security, infrastructure, jobs, fighting corruption. I will work even harder than I have done; I will not let Nigerians down.”
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