2027: Atiku Vows to Continue Presidential Bids


Atiku Abubakar, the 2023 presidential candidate for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), has vowed to continue running for the presidency as long as he remains healthy.

During an interview with the Hausa service of Voice of America in aAbuja, Atiku was asked if he would contest again. He responded, “Of course, I will keep contesting again and again as long as I am alive and healthy.”

”Even the former US President Abraham Lincoln contested seven times before finally winning.”

“However, given the current state of the PDP, it is clear that a single-handed effort will not suffice to win the election. Strong support and collaboration with other parties are required.”

The former Vice President will be 82 by the time next pretekection takes place in 2017.

Atiku has pursued the presidency six times, appearing on the ballot as a presidential candidate in 2007, 2019, and 2023.

Abubakar finds consolation in the fact that former U.S. President Abraham Lincoln did not win the presidential vote on his first attempt.

He also addressed the crisis within the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), emphasizing the need for unity alliances with other political groups to secure victory in the 2027 presidential election.

This comes amid speculation about him forming a coalition with other political parties.

Last week, Atiku met with Peter Obi, the presidential candidate from the Labour Party (LP).

”This is to anybody that thinks there is going to be a misunderstanding between me and Obi, let me assure you that not even a small issue is going to happen between us.”

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