2019: PDP Renews Call For Atiku’s Return

2019: PDP Renews Call For Atiku’s Return

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Added by November 9, 2017

The Adamawa State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP ) has renewed its call on former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar to return to the party ahead of the 2019 general elections.

Shehu Tahir, the state chairman of the party, made the call while speaking at the party’s stakeholders meeting on Wednesday in Yola.

Tahir said “it is not a wise decision for Atiku to abandon the house he helped to build. So we want him back”.

He said the problems that led to the mass defection of former members of the party to other parties are over, hence the need for them to return.

“We are calling on Atiku Abubakar, who is among the PDP founding fathers, not to abandon the house he had helped to build.

“This is because the party needs him now to continue from where he stopped.’’

He also called on other stakeholders to help prevail on the former vice-president to return to the party.

“We urge our stakeholders to prevail on him and others who left to reconsider their decision and return to the party.”

On the 2019 general elections, the chairman said the party is ready to provide a credible alternative to the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC).

According to the chairman, the party’s doors are open to all Nigerians willing to join its fold, giving assurances that a level playing ground would be provided to all members.

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