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2019 Election – Atiku Abubakar asks the most important question and it’s a must answer for every Nigerian

The most important question in this election is ‘Are you better off today than you were 4 years ago?’ Are we richer or poorer?
This is why our primary focus is on getting Nigeria working again.

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In the light of the vigorous campaign and solidarity against 2019 general election in Nigeria. Nigerians and their votes decides who will lead them for the next four years.

Contest for the presidential seat is being run by 70 candidates, in which two have the higher hand.

They’re current president, Muhammadu Buhari from APC and former Nigerian vice president, Atiku Abubakar from PDP.

A female contestant who campaigns in hope for Nigeria, Mrs Oby Ezekwesili also proves a worthy opposition too. Equal right for women and girl-child rights has been the chant of her parade.

President Buhari and Atiku Abubakar are equally yoked as well as the other unrelenting 68 presidential candidates.

Atiku Abubakar in a tweet made known the question which every Nigerian should bear in mind as the choose who leads them. The final decision determines if Nigeria gets out of her current debilitating state or not.

Atiku Abubakar, one time VP said.

The most important question in this election is ‘Are you better off today than you were 4 years ago?’ Are we richer or poorer?

This is why our primary focus is on getting Nigeria working again.

The current President, President Buhari promises to make Nigeria great again even while on seat. His fight for corruption is debatable despite his claims to be a man of intergrity.

Whether he gets another chance or not, depends on the Nigerians. But the decision on whom to vote for will be based on if,

You are better off today than you were 4 years ago?’ We are richer or poorer?

Tweet by Atiku Abubakar.

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Gov. El-Rufai reacts to reports that he was involved in a “ghastly accident”

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Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El Rufai has debunked online reports that he was involved in a “ghastly accident” and his driver dead.

Rumours of the Gorvenor El-Rufai’s supposed involvement in an accident began to spread on Thursday after a Twitter user wrote: “El-rufai in a ghastly accident, his driver said to have died on the spot. No one knows the condition of the Kaduna Governor. Please pray for him no matter the differences we have politically.

Below is a screenshot of a similar fake news.

Gov. El-Rufai reacts to reports that he was involved in a "ghastly accident"

El Rufai in his response debunked the report saying, “I woke up after a rare 8-hour bout of deep sleep to learn that some bigotry-driven, PDP-affiliated fake news platform has declared my driver dead and my humble self in coma. Both claims are false”.

Governor Nasir El-rufai contesting for the second governorship tenure in Kaduna state, won the state’s governorship elections under the APC political party.

Concerning the fake news, he went on to say, “I thank them for reducing the days in their lives and adding them to mine. I remain their permanent nightmare and not about to disappear from their wretched and corrupt lives any time soon by the Grace of Almighty Allah, until they are permanently retired and buried”.

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Atiku Abubakar reacts to postponed 2019 general election

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PDP presidential candidate for 2019 general election, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has made comments to the shifting of general election which was supposed to hold today.

We like to recap that INEC shifted the General Election to 23rd February while gubernatorial elections hold on 9th March.

Atiku Abubakar via his social media handle dropped his thoughts on the postponed general election. He attributed the postponement as fraud, when he likened it to “the case of the hand of Esau but the voice of Jacob”.

Atiku Abubakar reacts to postponed 2019 general election

Atiku Abubakar writes.

Dear citizens of the Federal Republic of Nigeria,

As you know, the Independent National Electoral Commission has announced a postponement of the elections until 23 February and 9 March respectively. The Buhari administration has had more than enough time and money to prepare for these elections and the Nigerian people were poised and ready to perform their civic responsibility by voting in the elections earlier scheduled for Saturday, 16 February, 2019. This postponement is obviously a case of the hand of Esau but the voice of Jacob. By instigating this postponement, the Buhari administration hopes to disenfranchise the Nigerian electorate in order to ensure that turn out is low on the rescheduled date. Nigerians must frustrate their plans by coming out in even greater numbers on Saturday, 23 February and Saturday, 9 March respectively. Knowing that the Nigerian people are determined to reject them, they are desperate and will do anything in their power to avoid their rejection by the Nigerian people. Their plan is to provoke the public, hoping for a negative reaction, and then use that as an excuse for further anti-democratic acts. As such, I call on all Nigerians to be patient. We have tolerated the maladministration of this government for four years. We can extend our tolerance a few more days and give them our verdict via our votes. Maintain the peace and be law abiding. Do not react to this provocation with anger, violence or any action that might be exploited by those who do not want this election to hold.
Remain calm. We will overcome this. You can postpone an election, but you cannot postpone destiny.

Please come out to vote on Saturday, 23 February and Saturday, 9 March respectively. Frustrate those who do not want this election to hold by coming out in very large numbers. That is the best antidote to their plans. May God bless you and may God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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