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Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Massive Crowd Welcome Atiku In Delta State, After Performing On The Candidates

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Atiku Abubakar stormed Delta State for his 2019 presidential campaign.

The crowds that came out for Atiku Abubakar in Asaba Delta State were much and massive.

ABOUT YESTERDAY. It perfectly describes the occasion that PDP Presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar and his running mate Peter Obi competently rose to.
The occasion couldn’t have been bigger. Atiku and Obi were the last of a set of candidates running for the highest office in the land that had sat down for a town hall meeting every Wednesday in January from the 9th to the 30th.

On January 9th, Kingsley Moghalu and Umma Getso of the YPP were in the hot seats. On January 16th, it was President Buhari and VP Professor Osinbajo of the ruling APC party

On January 23,rd Yele Sowore and Dr Ahmed Rufai of the AAC
Finally, on January 30th, Atiku Abubaker and Peter Obi of the PDP.
The host of this series of town halls was journalist, tv host, and media entrepreneur Kadaria Ahmed. Her Daria Media company collaborated with NTA in order to bring the town hall to television and mobile phone screens to Nigerians across the country.
In what was a combative affair between the hosts and the candidates that focused mostly on corruption and saw Mrs Ahmed repeatedly interrupt them, Mr Atiku and Mr Obi presented themselves as private sector advocates who blamed the socialist tendencies of the Buhari administration for the hardship millions of Nigerians have been suffering for the past 3 years.
For many Nigerians that were disappointed that Atiku didn’t get to debate Buhari on January 19th, this was an opportunity for them to hear him answer questions on how he would fix the economy, provide jobs to millions of unemployed Nigerians, improve healthcare and infrastructure.

In comparison to the Buhari performance on January 16th, where the President seemed to have a hearing problem and little to no idea about policy initiatives to tackle things like disabilities while requiring Osinbajo to bail him out with answers, Atiku not only required no assistance from running mate Peter Obi (He spoke longer than Obi compared to Osinbajo who had to be told by the host to stand down and let the President speak for himself), he met fire with fire by vigorously defending his record as vice president in the Obasanjo administration.
Atiku addressed allegations of corruption lobbed at him by factually stating he had been investigated but never found guilty. He addressed Boko haram, the herdsmen crisis, job creation, foreign direct investment, lowering corporate taxes to spur investment, expanding healthcare to more Nigerians, and improving education to account for the 13 million children currently out of school.
Peter Obi was the perfect wingman. He chipped in with witty analogies to support the case Atiku was presenting to Nigerians and also highlighted his record as Governor of Anambra and how investments he made on behalf of the state yielded dividends.
Atiku and Obi came off as competent and, forgive the pun, articulate. This was not an easy townhall. At times, it seemed as if the host was on a mission to undermine them by playing a game of “gotcha” with her questions, but both men used the opportunity to clear the minds of any Nigerians that had any lingering doubts about their collective integrity.
Above all else, what was most clear was the stark contrast between Atiku and Buhari. Based on this town hall, there was no doubt in anyone’s mind that if both men faced off in a debate, Atiku would maul Buhari. No wonder his challenge for another debate with the incumbent has been ignored.

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Oluwatoyin Obanla

Your report is so hilarious
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Ogundeji Olaniyi Oriyomi

Pls don't let us make another mistake

Omoba Morenikeji Babatunde

Failure Atiku will only win in Igboland & few S/south states
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Monday Onoja

I am highly articulated
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Tee Ruby

Those crowds are scalar quantity, they have no direction, any political party that comes, they are always there to cheer them up.
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Adewumi Emanuel Temitope

All their promises sweet for mouth die, I believe those who atiku God sent are the one that will still say why voting this atiku Sef and by then he have already achieve his aim. Let's change the system of voting for people that once in power, they still have dsame experience To loot. As a good Nigeria youth am expecting us to be debating Between Kingsley or sowore, This two people are very young and new in the presidential system.
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Boma Pepple-Uduebor

I'm highly articulated
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Okwy Maria

Okay 👌. Good 😍.
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