The race to occupy Aso Rock come 2023 has began for a former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar.
Nigeria’s former Vice-President has kicked off his bid to become President in 2023 by inaugurating Atiku Support Groups across the 36 states of the Federation, according to the press.
The Atiku Support Group was dispatched in Abuja under the authority of Alhaji Abubakar Kabir Babawo as Director General and Atiku Aminu Mohammed as Chairman of the association.
The mission of the Organization is to extend the previous Vice-President’s visionary thought of feasible public improvement as he plans to officially announce his expectation to challenge the 2023 Presidential political race.
The North-Central organizer, Hon Anngu Orngu stated, he acknowledged the arrangement entire heartedly to join the Atiku Support Organization (ASO) due to the Visionary outlook the previous VP has for the nation and Nigerian Youths.
Orngu stated: “Improving the business of Nigerians is of most extreme need to Atiku Abubakar. He has shown this in various limits which is the reason we the Nigerian youth need him to be president come 2023.
We won’t rest till he is chosen the leader of Nigeria. In the event that he is chosen as the leader of Nigeria, he will be favorable to dynamic in tending to the instability challenges confronting the nation, draw in unfamiliar speculations and offer help to a huge number of little and medium scale undertakings notwithstanding 40% youth comprehensiveness in government”.
Orngu further bemoaned on the helpless condition of economy, instability and difficulty saw by Nigerians under the Buhari government.
The individuals who arose as state Coordinators and Zonal Exco’s incorporates: North Central Zonal Coordinator, Hon.Comr. Orngu Anngu, Deputy Zonal Coordinator, Hon Isiaka Mogaji, Women Leader, Hon Mabe Ameh, Benue State Coordinator, Comr. George Odoo Ezekiel, Niger State Coordinator, Hon. Hassana Shuaibu Dada, Kwara State Coordinator, Hon Segun Olawoyin, Kogi State Coordinator, Hon Ocheni Titus Okayi, Nasarawa State Coordinator, Hon. Abubakar Agwai, FCT Coordinator, Hon. Agajo Daniel, Plateau State Coordinator, Hon. Solomon Ballason Shitnan.