Yola – The Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Atiku Abubakar, on Saturday rounded off his campaign for the 2023 presidential election in his home town of Adamawa State.
Atiku at the mega rally held at Ribadu Square, Jimeta, Yola promised people in his state to fulfil all his campaign promises if elected.
“We will work by our promises to make sure that we have a secured, peaceful country and a buoyant economy,” Atiku told the crowd of supporters that thronged the rally ground.
He said his government would unfailingly implement devolution of powers to the states and local councils and to empower them to provide good governance, among other campaign promises.
Atiku asked his fellow Adamawa citizens to vote him and not disappoint his party which made him its Presidential candidate in 2019 and has once again asked him to fly its ticket for the February 25 election.
“Go to the polling centres next Saturday and produce the most massive votes that Adamawa has ever had.
“God bless you, my fellow people of Adamawa State,” Atiku said.
The PDP National Chairman, Senator Iyorcha Ayu, said the presidency under the party is determined to achieve development and that Nigeria could hope for now for a greater country.
“Adamawa State has the largest number of different ethnic groups in Nigeria yet the people here live in peace together.
“Atiku who is a product of the state will reunite this country. The prevailing gulf along ethnic and religious lines will be repaired,” Ayu said.