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2023 Presidency: Nigerians Will Vote PDP To Aso Rock – Atiku

Atiku Abubakar, former Vice President said that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will emerge triumphant in the coming 2023 presidential election.He affirmed assurance that Nigerians will vote massively for the PDP in 2023 and return the opposition party to Aso Rock in Abuja.

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The past PDP presidential candidate in the 2019 elections made this known on Saturday immediately after casting his vote at the party congress in Adamawa State.


Atiku urged members to respect the party’s electoral policy and the nation’s constitution in the election, stating that democracy can only succeed in a free and fair environment.

The PDP chieftain put in that the party would set the stride for others in electoral transparency pursuing the peaceful conductt of the state congress in Adamawa.


“You can see that Congress is transparent and credible. Over time, we have improved the spirit of consensus both at the national and state levels.


“I acknowledge these are the purpose for the condodence Nigerians now have in the PDP, to vote back the PDP into power,” he said.

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In other news, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has grilled Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso,former Kano Governor.

It was reported that the questioning was in conynection with the alleged mismanagement of N10billion pension cash.


Aome people had condemned Kwankwaso of using the pension remittances to allegedly finance a housing project for some cronies.

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According to a source, the EFCC invited Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso following a petition by some retired workers of the Kano State Government.

“Kwankwaso reported to the EFCC on Saturday and he is presently being interrogated by a team of operatives at the commission’s headquarters Abuja,” a source disclosed.

”He is being interviewed over proclamations of abuse of office, diversion of public funds and fraudulent allocation of government properties to cronies.


Another source proclaimed that Kwankwaso “may have been invited in relationship to a petition by some retired workers of the Kano State Government who had initial petitioned the EFCC, weeping that the former Governor mangled pension remittances to the tune of N10billion between 2011 and 2015, to fund a housing project for cronies.”

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