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PDP Is Not Divided, Atiku Declares


Atiku Abubakar, the party’s presidential candidate, asserted on Sunday that the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) is still unified despite internal strife in the years leading up to the general elections in 2023.

Despite his ongoing disagreement with several PDP governors and stakeholders over his selection of running partner, Atiku made a commitment in a message to his supporters to use all of his clout to bring everyone together under the same banner.

He declared, “I greatly like democracy’s inherent capacity for crisis management as one of its defining characteristics.

It gets much more intriguing when you consider that the likelihood of conflict escalation is likely the most notable result of a democratic process.

“Therefore, a great political lesson I’ve learned is that sometimes disputes are healthy realities,”

“I know, for instance, that when disputes develop as a result of sincere worries about having an inclusive political process, they indicate the sustainability of that process and, more crucially, the desire of stakeholders to have a significant role in its success.”

The Peoples Democratic Party’s simmering agitations, according to party leaders and stakeholders, “reflect our standing as a democratic party.”

“Whatever our agitations may be, I think they stem from a shared concern for the development of our party and the nation. As a result, I do not see the PDP as having a split house. I see a chance for us to connect and grow stronger as a group.


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