A campaign group Atikulated Network, working for the actualisation of Alhaji Atiku Abubakar’s presidential ambition has pledged to mobilise at least five million votes for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), during the 2019 general election.
Princess Angela Torkular, National Coordinator, of the group made the pledge on Saturday in Abuja when the group also known as “Atikulated 9ja” paid a courtesy visit on the wife of the PDP Presidential aspirant Hajia Titi Abubakar.
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She said the Primary objective of the group is to rally support for her husband Atiku Abubakar in all the wards across the 774 local governments in Nigeria to ensure his victory during the 2019 Presidential election.
“Beside every successful man, there is a woman, therefore, we decided to visit and rejoice with you on your husband’s victory during the PDP presidential primary election in Port Harcourt.
“As we speak, every State Coordinator has been mandated to evangelise Atiku Abubakar and mobilise at least 600 registered voters in each Local Government Area in Nigeria.
“The group is networking with other support groups, political parties with like minds to penetrate every corner in Nigeria, to endure victory for Atiku Abubakar and the PDP in 2019,” She said.
Torkular added that the group would soon submit a working document to Abubakar, to guide him toward achieving economic growth, job creation youths and guaranteed security of lives and property in the country.
“Atiku Presidency will no doubt restructure the country and get it working again,” Torkular added.
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Responding, Hajia Abubakar expressed her appreciation to the leadership of the group for the visit and informed that her husband would give them all the necessary support to enable them move round and mobilise support for his election.
She assured them that Atiku would never disappoint them and that 40% of his cabinet would consist of women and youth if he eventually wins the 2019 presidential election.
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