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JUST IN: Atiku emerges opposition Consensus Candidate

Dumebi Ifeanyi

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The Coalition of United Political parties(CUPP), the umbrella body of over 45 major opposition parties , few hours after a closed door deliberation at Yaradua Centre Abuja, announced former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, the Presidential candidate of PDP as the consensus candidate of the Opposition.

Over 41 political parties in attendance, endorsed the decision which enjoyed majority support.

The coalition arrived at Atiku’s choice after he towered high on the criteria used by the opposition in arriving at the decision which includes national acceptability, financial capacity, spread of his political party, leadership capacity, international acceptability, experience , capacity to rebuild the economy, secure the country and unite all Nigerians among other factors.



The coalition parties will be formally meeting with Atiku before Friday for formal commencement of the coalition campaign.

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  1. Shehu Shuaib

    December 5, 2018 at 4:07 pm

    PDP should beware that no matter how they polish or design Abubakar Atiku, all peace loving Nigerians know that he is corrupt on industrial scale and ready and willing to sell to sell Nigeria on E-Bay if elected as the president. Abubakar Atiku will re-coup all these money he distributing to his cronies multiple times and the masses will suffer immensely for his cheap thrill of deception. Voters should beam their searchlight as Abubakar Atiku has no place in Nigeria’s public life.
    God Bless Nigeria.

    • Darry Termut

      December 6, 2018 at 3:15 pm

      No body has brought Atiku’s corruption facts on the table, he is being corrupt politically without facts and figures and Nigerians will believe you. Thank God Nigerians has tested the 4 years of this administration and are tired of the insecurity, hunger, nepotism etc and if that is the definition of promise land then it is better to go back to Egypt.

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