If elected president, Atiku assured me he will free Nnamdi Kanu within a 100 days – Wabara
Former senate President Adolphus Wabara, who currently serves as the Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP)’s Board of Trustees, has stated that the PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, had assured him that the imprisoned IPOB leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu would be unconditionally released within the first 100 days of his presidency if elected.
Wabara made the disclosure over the weekend while pledging support for the former vice president at his presidential rally in Umuahia, Abia State. He said that the Ndigbo would no longer be marginalized or excluded from politics under the Atiku administration.
Wabara stated that Atiku would not renege on his promise to free Kanu from illegal detention later in an interview with Vanguard.
He stated that the former vice president, who, according to him, “is a courageous and a man of his words who doesn’t fear any man but God,” was someone in whom he had faith.
At the Umuahia Township Stadium rally, Wabara said that Atiku was the political Messiah that Nigeria needed to unite.
The former head of the Senate expressed optimism that Atiku would address the majority of the nation’s pressing issues, such as Ndigbo marginalization and restructuring.
The good news for us Ndigbo is that Atiku will unconditionally release our son within the first 100 days of his administration.
He is a man who speaks his mind. He will act appropriately. Yes, he is Nigeria’s Messiah at this time.
Therefore, if you love Nigeria, support the PDP. A vote for the PDP will determine your future.
Wabara revealed that Atiku had privately assured him that he would frontally and holistically address Nigeria’s numerous issues.
“I have talked to him about it. He will not merely lip service to Nigeria’s issues. He will confront them head-on.
Atiku won’t be like the APC government, which is full of excuses, if he is elected to power. From the start, he will be ready to go.”
The former Senate President urged Nigerians not to repeat what he referred to as the “erroneous judgment of 2015,” which, according to him, had brought about hardship for the populace.
Atiku is a savior for Nigeria in these trying times. The PDP’s decision to lose the election in 2015 cost us all a lot of money today.
However, we do not wish to experience that again. That mistake of judgment has left lasting wounds.
In a similar vein, Sir Ude Oko Chukwu, Deputy Governor of Abia State and Chairman of the Atiku-Okowa Campaign Council in the state, stated that Atiku had demonstrated the capacity to effectively lead Nigeria while serving as Vice President.
Atiku is tried and dependable. We know everything he did while Vice President. He can’t be matched by any other candidate, in my opinion!
Since Abia has been a stronghold of the PDP since 1999, the Deputy Governor boasted that the state would overwhelmingly support Atiku and other PDP candidates.
PDP is Abia, and Abia is PDP. Abia has been a PDP member since 1999. Abia will undoubtedly deliver 5/5. Our outcome will leave you impressed.
Dr. Eme Okoro, the current Secretary to State Government for Abia State, stated in an interview with Vanguard that he was supporting Atiku because “Atiku has the experience and clout to rebuild Nigeria.”
“With a team of individuals who are also experts in specific areas of development, Atiku has the influence to rebuild the country.
A builder is desperately needed in Nigeria; We urgently require someone with influence, experience, and knowledge.
As a result, I will be delighted if he becomes Nigeria’s president because Nigeria is currently close to bankruptcy. Take a look at the amount of money we spend on debt servicing. Take a look at the state of our currency.
“Take a look at where we go to get fuel. We will have difficulty obtaining water one day.
The former SSG responded that he was not opposed to a Nigerian president of Igbo descent, but that a strategic alliance was necessary when asked why some Igbo political elite were favoring the Atiku presidency rather than supporting Mr. Peter Obi, a candidate for the Labour Party.
I believe that the Igbo must be given the opportunity to elect a president, but this requires strategic alliances, strategic planning, and thought.
Without the support of other ethnic groups, no ethnic group can produce a president. Regarding Obi, I hold that he is competent, knowledgeable, and has demonstrated that he can do that.
“For this reason, many of us who were in agreement with Obi had suggested that he form a strategic alliance with Atiku abinitio. Because of this, many of us who worked with Obi believed that Atiku and Obi could change the country.
I’m not against an Igbo running for president, but I’m saying that Igbo people are more concerned with agony than organizing.
Even if Obi wins, I believe there must be a national government. A national government that takes into account the contributions, expertise, and capabilities of the Igbo ethnic group must exist if Atiku wins.
I don’t hold the belief that either Atiku or Obi must win. I am a firm believer in a national organization that, through strategic alliance, will elect a president of Igbo descent.