The up-and-comer of the People groups Progressive alliance (PDP) in the February 25, 2023 official political decision, Atiku Abubakar, says he won’t leave the political field regardless of the High Court decision of October 26, 2023 that certified the appointive triumph of President Bola Tinubu.
Concerning me and my party, this period of work is finished. Nonetheless, I won’t disappear, on the off chance that you think I will disappear, just drop it,” the previous VP said at a press preparation on Monday in the country’s capital, Abuja.
“However long I inhale, I will keep on battling with different Nigerians to develop our majority rules government. I will keep on working for the arrival of political and conservative rebuilding that the nation needs,” he added.
Atiku, a previous VP somewhere in the range of 1999 and 2007, have attempted to turn into Nigeria’s Leader for around thirty years.
Regardless of his ineffective endeavors, the PDP robust said he will not “disappear”.
Atiku demanded that Tinubu, the then up-and-comer of the All Reformists Congress (APC), was not able to challenge the February 2023 official survey.
He denounced the High Court and the Autonomous Public Constituent Commission (INEC) of supporting illicitness, wholesale fraud, pantomime, phony of declarations and prevarication.
Atiku said when individuals lose trust in the constituent cycle, a majority rules system is in a coma.
He said however the peak court’s judgment was conclusive, it comes up short.