In a move that has further consolidated its position as the number one group that is 100 percent behind former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, Wazirin Adamawa, the Atiku Care Foundation has vowed to buy his Presidential ticket for the 2019 polls.
According to a statement signed by his spokesman Jacob Onjewu Dickson, made available to newsmen on Sunday in Kaduna, the Chairman of the foundation, Ambassador Aliyu Ibn Abbas expressed this on Sunday in Abuja.
“Considering the love and passion we have for Nigeria and Nigerians, the leadership of Atiku Care Foundation has taxed themselves to single-handedly buy a ticket for a true democrat and Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar come 2019,” the statement said.
It explained that this was important in view of the need to free Nigerians from the shackles if the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led government.
“We are doing this not because of ourselves or because of Atiku Abubakar but because of Nigeria at large. Atiku is the only politician that knows the country’s problems and solutions,” it added.
It explained that already, members are gearing towards that and are all contributing.
“Everybody is contributing massively to our greatest surprise, even less privileged and people from the diaspora. This shows that Atiku is indeed the next President of Nigeria come 2019,” it added.
It would be recalled that last week, Ambassador Ibn Abbas ordered state chairmen of the foundation to ensure they alongside other executives and members become card-carrying members of the PDP, this was in solidarity of Wazirin Adamawa’s reunion with the party.
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