2023: Large Turnout At PDP Rally In Kwara Signposts Victory – Atiku-Okowa

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The Atiku/Okowa Presidential Campaign Organisation has said the large turnout of Nigerians at its Rally in Kwara State signposts victory for the candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2023 elections.

The Campaign team said that response of the multitude gathered at the rally to  the message of its Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar further revealed that he is the only one meeting the expectations of Nigerians.

Atiku spoke amid chants of “O suwa” (we’re fed up) from the crowd, as a counterbalance to the O’tooge movement of 2019, which belonged to APC. The Kwara State stadium, Ilorin, venue of the rally was filled to capacity.

While pledging that life would return to normal in the state and Nigeria, if he was voted into office, Atiku said the dam, now prone to triggering flood and soil erosion, would be properly managed to make it work optimally without degenerating into ecological emergency.

He described the discovery of oil in the north as a healthy development, adding however, that it would not alter his plan of diversifying the nation’s economy.

“An image was created, which harvested disillusionment and a sense of servitude and bondage. The campaign was that for the last 34 years, one family was deciding the fate of all Kwarans.”

“This is the story of APC victory in Kwara and the tide has changed. Kwarans are tired of the four years of APC administration and the coalition that sold the O toge mantra is fragmented.”

“Our campaign thanks Nigerians, particularly those who converged at the Ilorin Rally for their continuous support for the Atiku/Okowa ticket.”

“We urge Nigerians not to relent in their support for the Atiku/Okowa ticket as we continue to work towards freeing our nation from her current misrule and strangulation of the APC”.


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