I will only do one term and hand over power to a young Igbo president. The former vice president in his quest to take over Nigeria, has decided to only serve the country for the first term and transfer power to the youths. 

I will only do one term and hand over power to a young igbo president
2023 Elections

One of the flag bearers for the 2023 elections, Atiku Abubakar, has outrightly made his intentions known in a bid to get back up from the youths, and most especially, the igbo community.

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Atiku Abubakar GCON born on the 25th November 1946, is a Nigerian politician and businessman. He served as the Vice President of Nigeria from 1999 to 2007, during the presidency of Olusegun Obasanjo. He ran as Governor of Adamawa State in 1990, 1997 and later, in 1998. Being elected before becoming Olusegun Obasanjo’s running mate during the 1999 presidential election and re-elected in 2003. Get more details about Atiku here.

I will only do one term and hand over power to a young igbo president
Atiku Abubakar

Recall that there are three leading parties, which are the PDP, APC, LP. And one of the candidates is from an igbo speaking state. Could it be that the former vice president is on a ploy to generate more votes so he can win the elections? Read what he said below.


“I will mentor igbo youths and hand over power to the best amongst them. I would like to work with young people because, young people are agile, creative, conversant, with contemporary opportunities and challenges. Our administration is going to be a transition of power from the senior generation to the younger generation.”

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The flag bearers would do anything to have an upper hand at this election, so it is understandable that they are making promises that most of them won’t be able to keep. What do you think about this development? Don’t forget to like, share and subscribe for more information on the election.


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