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Former Anambra Gov, Peter Obi Reacts To Atiku’s Victory

Previous Governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, has pronounced that the rise of Atiku Abubakar as presidential competitor of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) was a decent sign for the nation in front of the 2019 general decision.

He said this in an announcement he discharged to the media Sunday night.

Obi underscored that what the PDP delegates did in Port Harcourt, the Rivers state capital was “a reflection of what Nigerians need one year from now – free and straightforward decision”.

Obi noticed that albeit every one of the applicants were qualified, the triumph of Atiku demonstrated that he was generally acknowledged. He complimented different hopefuls for setting up overcome challenge and behaving in a way befitting genuine pioneers.

Mourning that Nigeria had crashed off the ways of improvement, Obi said that passing by, “Atiku’s abundance of experience, track record of riches creation, talent for recognizing greatness among phenomenal individuals, detribalised nature and ideal comprehension of the ills of the nation”, the previous VP had everything necessary to reestablish the country’s magnificence.

“Having actually tailed him in the previous a half year, tuned in and connected with him on various issues adversely influencing our general public, I see in him a man who wants to leave an impression in the sands of time”, the announcement included.

Source: https://www.tori.ng/news/107844/former-anambra-gov-peter-obi-reacts-to-atikus-vict.html

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