Atiku: I’ve Moved On, Reconciliation With Wike, Aggrieved PDP Governors Not Feasible

In a recent interview about the internal crisis rocking the PDP, Atiku said his camp had yet to come to terms with the afflicted party leaders and they had since moved on. It’s history we moved on,” Atiku told an interviewer. I’m reporting that I couldn’t. The party leader fell out with Atiku after
presidential candidates adamantly complied with their demands, including replacing PDP national leader Iyorchia his Ayu with a Southerner ahead of the 2023 elections. In an interview with
VOA, Atiku claimed not to support Ayu’s dismissal. Wazirin Adamawa said it was not wise to make such a decision when elections were approaching. Atiku said, expressing confidence that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will take over the vacancies and fair elections next February.

“That’s because I saw that they had made his two elections in Ekiti and Osun. In both cases I praised them for a good excursion. Furthermore, President Buhari has promised to allow transparent, free and fair elections in 2023,” the presidential candidate added.

Referring to President Muhammadu Buhari’s incumbent government, Atiku said his government would not be replaced by the Cabal if elected as Nigeria’s next president.
If he is elected Nigeria’s
 next president in the upcoming presidential election, he believes his government will not be manipula

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