Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for president of Nigeria, has promised to improve access to high-quality education and boost the economy if he is elected.
On Saturday, at his last campaign stop in his home state of Adamawa, Atiku made the pledge and pledged to maintain good governance and national harmony.
The former vice president praised the Nigerian people for their “warm greeting” at all of the campaign rallies he had attended.
Atiku said that PDP’s widespread support among Nigerians was evidence of his campaigns’ success.
Voters in Adamawa, he said, should not let down the Nigerians who have voted for him.
This is the last day of our campaign. I appreciate the outpouring of support from the Nigerian people. Everyone in Nigeria may rest sure that we have their best interests at heart. We’ll keep the peace, grow the economy, and improve the schools before granting more autonomy to the individual states. These are the five most important topics I want to stress again. Electing me in Adamawa is a once-in-a-lifetime chance.
Be sure to cast your vote in my favour. Don’t fall for the misinformation. I’m writing to urge you to support every PDP candidate for the state legislature. With both me and (the governor) Fintiri on board, we can do incredible things. We beg you to vote for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in both the statewide and presidential elections. Go to your local government, units, and homes, and don’t let the rest of Nigeria down. Let the most votes ever cast in this state be on the record, he urged.
Ifeanyi Okowa, who is running for vice president, has declared that Atiku is the guy to provide hope to the people.
In response to student protests, he promised action from the PDP.
He said, “I have never seen such a rally. We appreciate your attendance at your son Waziri Adamawa’s rally.
Thank you for entrusting us with such a fantastic individual with such a deep familiarity with Nigeria.
“Our farmers are anxious about the economy, our workers are worried about losing their jobs, and our children are concerned about the quality of their education. Nevertheless, Atiku-based assistance is on the way. Vote for Atiku in the 25th February election by mobilising in large numbers.