Atiku Stormed southeast, chanting Buhari must go!

Atiku has taken his presidential campaign to another level as he stormed the south east part of the country chanting Buhari must go!

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Atiku has taken his presidential campaign to another level as he stormed the south east part of the country chanting Buhari must go!

However, the PDP presidential candidate has now called on Nigerians to vote out President Buhari in 2019  noting that he will do whatever he can to promote business, as long as it is within the confines of the nation’s laws

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Atiku in his speech at a town hall meeting in Aba, chanted “Buhari must go” to the audience, making it clear Muhammadu Buhari must be voted out of office in order to enable businesses to grow in the southeast region and the country at large. The PDP presidential candidate made the assertion on Wednesday, December 19, when he took his campaign for election to Aba, Abia state.

Atiku in his words stated that the president does not have the capacity and the will to tackle the numerous challenges facing businesses in the southeast, including the issue of non-functional ports. He continued, adding that he felt the pain of the people knowing fully well that he is also a businessman like many of them. Atiku, noting in his words said “Of course we know that we have to make the ports work better and more efficient but nobody in this government understands the functions of the ports. Nobody! Whether it is a dry port, whether it is a wet port, whatever port it is, nobody in this government understands the workings of the ports”. “Tell me, how are they going to solve the problems for you? You have no business voting for APC, I beg you.”

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He continued, punctuating his speech with the chant “Buhari must go!”  Atiku said: “I am delighted to come and interact with the business community because everywhere you go, it is the south-easterners. So, naturally, if we want to know the pulse of the business community, you have to come here (Aba). “I will do whatever I can to promote business as long as it is within the confines of our laws; not because I am a businessman, but I want to see the prosperity of the people and the prosperity of our country.”

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