Adeleke’s Victory Begins Reclaiming Of Nigeria’s March Towards Greatness — Atiku

Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, the
Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party and former Vice President of Nigeria,says the victory of Senator Ademola Adeleke of PDP in the Saturday Governorship electíon in Osun State represents Nigeria’s march toward greatness.

He made the remark on Sunday in Abuja in his congratulatory message to the winner of the election he signed and a copy of made available to The Reporters.

Atiku,whose message is entitled “The ship of hope is already at the harbour, said: ” At this point in time when our country needs to take a break from the shameful effects of bad governance, it shall be on record that Osun State provided the compass into that brighter future that awaits us at the horizon.

“The ship of hope is already at the harbour under the umbrella of the Peoples Democratic Party. We shall intensify the work to ensure that we uproot all vestiges of bad governance and false hopes towards the 2023 elections.

“The Imole (light) that has started to shine from Osun shall soon have a national coverage.

“One more good thing about the victory in Osun is that,it has provided a catalyst for the PDP to see the opportunity when the party works together in unity.

“The work to bring the PDP together is a work in progress and the good news is that, we are steadily making progress.

“Congratulations to Sen. Ademola Adeleke, on a well-fought victory,hearty congratulations to the PDP family and all stakeholders who came together to make this sweet victory possible.

” But even more importantly, congratulations to the great people of Osun State for proving that power truly belongs to the people.

“The march to reclaim Nigeria’s greatness has begun and it shall not stop until we achieve the goal of ONE PEOPLE, ONE FUTURE and ONE COUNTRY.”
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