Atiku is a major danger to APC, Okowa fires back at Tinubu

Atiku is a major danger to APC, Okowa fires back at Tinubu

Atiku is a major danger to APC, Okowa fires back at Tinubu

Lead representative Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State and bad habit official competitor of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, says his party’s official ticket with Alhaji Atiku Abubakar as chief is a major danger to the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the 2023 political race.

Okowa, who talked in a response to an assertion credited to the APC official competitor, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, where he purportedly said his (Tinubu) running mate was superior to the man picked by Atiku, advised Tinubu to examine issues and not people in that frame of mind up to electioneering effort in front of 2023.

He brought up that the Muslim official ticket of the decision party at the middle had offered Christians an extraordinary chance to project their decisions in favor of the PDP, a turn of events, he said, would give space for all Nigerians to be addressed at the government level.

The bad habit official up-and-comer talked through his media associate, Olisa Ifeajika, in a proclamation, saying Delta was home for all clans since he put stock in the unity of the nation, and sued for serene concurrence in all pieces of the country.

As per him, the decision of who was the better bad habit official competitor of the major ideological groups and the party to decide in favor of in 2023 stayed with Nigerians and not really for one person to attempt to impact by talking disparagingly about rivals.

Okowa said he was picked as showing mate to Atiku because of his taking off political profile, his commitments to public turn of events and his outstanding exhibition as lead representative over the most recent seven years.

“Alhaji Atiku Abubakar had a meeting on Arise TV a few days prior where he said that Sen. Bola Tinubu moved toward him to turn into his running mate of the old ACN in 2007, however that he (Atiku) declined the solicitation since he was unwilling to Muslim ticket”, he added.

“Because of Atiku’s remarks, instead of address the issues Atiku Abubakar raised, Senator Tinubu went after me, saying that his own running mate was superior to Alhaji Atiku Abubakar’s decision of Senator Okowa.

“We know Senator Bola Tinubu as a decent lawmaker and previous legislative head of Lagos State. However, we anticipate that he should realize that there are different legislators that are transcending and are great, energetic and have attempted in their tracks to be legislators.

“What’s more, Delta GĂ´vernor and by the beauty of God, Vice-Presidential Candidate of PDP, Senator (Dr.) Ifeanyi Okowa, is in this section. Assuming Tinubu feels that he is great, he shouldn’t abandon that there won’t be different people that are great or far superior in legislative issues where he flourishes.

“It was his decision to pick his own running mate for anything standards he had. Similar contemplations, presumably, the Presidential Candidate of PDP, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, had in picking Senator Ifeanyi Okowa over the wide range of various up-and-comers screened”.

Expressing that governmental issues was not a round of turn-by-turn, but rather capability, the assertion reminded Tinubu that the National Health Act in the nation today came from the work of Okowa when he was in the Senate, and encouraged him to check in the event that he didn’t have the foggiest idea or may have neglected.

He added that it was on record that Okowa headed basic boards of trustees and sub-panels set up by the APC-drove Federal Government during the COVID-19 pandemic to help in relieving the difficulties presented by the scourge.

“We are requesting that Tinubu face his challenge. He has a joint ticket with whom he has picked as his running mate similarly as Atiku has done. In this way, he ought to be distracted with how to go to the challenge and leave the mission of defamation”, the assertion added.

“He ought to examine issues influencing the overall prosperity of individuals, not talking about people”.

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