Atiku Celebrates Buhari On 80th Birthday

Atiku Celebrates Buhari On 80th birthday

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, has felicitated with President Muhammadu Buhari on his 80th birthday.

Brand Spur Nigeria reports that today, Saturday, December 17th, marked another birthday anniversary of the Nigerian leader.

In a statement personally signed by him, Atiku prayed that God would continue to grant the incumbent president good health, while he also prayed that Buhari would enjoy vitality as he plays his leadership role. He said: “President Buhari, at 80, continues to be a motivation for inner strength.”

The PDP presidential flagbearer prayed for President Buhari “to continue to enjoy the grace of good health and vitality, as he continues to play his leadership roles in Nigeria and Africa.”

Why President Buhari Is Not Travelling With APC To Campaign For Tinubu – PDP Meanwhile, PDP Presidential Campaign Organisation asserted on Friday that the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, is not fit to be the next leader of Nigeria.

The opposition camp through its campaign organization spokesperson, Charles Aniagwu who made the allegation, submitted that this is the reason President Buhari has not been appearing at campaigns by the party so far.

He argued that the APC would have gotten more credibility with Professor Yemi Osinbajo as its 2023 presidential candidate. Speaking during an appearance on “AIT Kakaaki” yesterday, the PDP said only some selfish persons in the APC are trying to force Tinubu on Nigerians.

According to him, Tinubu has clearly shown by his many public gaffes that he lacks the mental alertness to lead Nigeria successfully.

He said; “The inability of the APC Presidential candidate to carry on his campaigns seamlessly is a pointer to the fact that he is being managed and that is not the kind of leader Nigerians deserve at this time.

“Tinubu is a great leader and we respect him for all his accomplishments and contributions to nation-building in the past.

“A situation where a Presidential candidate cannot speak coherently for only two minutes calls for serious concern.”