With the 2019 elections around the corner, various political groups, especially support groups for Atiku Abubakar, former Vice President during the Olusegun Obasanjo administration, have continued to promote the presidential ambition of the Wazirin Adamawa.
The National Youth Campaign Group for Atiku 2019 has vowed to mobilize 5 million Nigerian youths to march in solidarity for their principal, Atiku Abubakar in support of his presidential ambition come 2019.
National Coordinator of the National Youth Campaign Group, Comrade Adegboyega Adeleke in a statement issued today during the unveiling ceremony of the #Unstoppable Atiku 2019 in Kaduna, said that “the goal of the group is to build an army of people that believe in the ability, loyalty and faithfulness of Atiku Abubakar”.
“Atiku Abubakar is one of the very few Nigerians that has dedicated his life to serving God through humanity”.
According to Adeleke, “Atiku has become a force to reckon with when it comes to politics, governance and the business community”.
“Indeed, the Wazirin Adamawa is a gladiator in the Nigerian political sphere thereby, positioning himself as a role model and mentor to many as he is always on track when it comes to political and economic calculations,” he said.
He extolled the contributions of the former Vice President towards the emergence of our return to democracy and its sustenance since 1999.
The National Coordinator emphasized that the primary assignment before all the armies in the #Unstoppable Atiku 2019 Team is to continuously propagate the man “Atiku Abubakar” to the whole country as it is an attempt to salvage the country from the present economic mess under the leadership of President Muhammadu Buhari.
“We have, as a team, concluded arrangements to mobilize five million youths for Atiku from various strata of the Nigerian society,” he said.
“Must we allow Nigeria to be driven on auto pilot while we have elected leaders and a government in place?” he queried.
“Buhari came into office through an overwhelming support of the people but today, the country has experienced recession, going through one of its worst phases of unemployment, poverty, hunger and Fulani herdsmen attacks.
“Nigerian youths are certainly not lazy but are very industrious and productive”.
“All we want is a country where youths will be provided with employment opportunities”, Adegboyega Adeleke stated.
He called on all Nigerian youths to stand firm and strong despite insinuations to the contrary.