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PDP honors ex-Vice President Atiku at age 77, saying, “We are proud of Atiku, he is a lesson to leadership.”

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PDP honors ex-Vice President Atiku at age 77, saying, “We are proud of Atiku, he is a lesson to leadership.”

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Atiku Abubakar, the 2023 presidential contender for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has turned 77 today.

According to the PDP, Atiku is the prototypical compassionate leader, and his devotion to Nigeria is steadfast.

The PDP’s spokesman, Debo Ologunagba, expressed satisfaction with Atiku’s track record of helping his countrymen.

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Ologunagba said in a statement that Atiku Abubakar “remains unwavering in his love and commitment towards Nigerians and the unity, stability, and development of our dear nation.” This describes a leader who is humble, kind, humane, and focused on the people.

When Atiku Abubakar was Chairman of the National Economic Council under the Obasanjo/Atiku-led PDP administration (1999-2007), the country experienced unprecedented national productivity across all sectors and the economy grew to become one of the fastest growing economies in the world. This is something of which our Party is still proud.

His contributions to the administration as a member of the National Economic Council were widely hailed, and he is credited with facilitating many of the policies and programs that helped turn the PDP era in office into the “Golden Years” for Nigeria.

In the 2019 and 2023 Presidential elections, the overwhelming support and massive vote for Atiku Abubakar was betrayed by oppressive and exploitative forces. “Nigerians of all stripes recognize Atiku Abubakar as the embodiment of our national unity and hope for economic recovery.

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A lesson in leadership can be learned from Atiku Abubakar. Despite his prominence, he is approachable, courteous, and humble‚ÄĒespecially with young people. He keeps proving that true leadership consists in prioritizing the welfare of others before one’s own.

Without his mandate being usurped, “our nation would have been on the path of economic prosperity, massive infrastructural development, and employment opportunities rather than the hardship, the collapse of the Naira, and general retrogression that we witness today in the country.”

 

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