Creed For Peace In Nigeria Founder, Amaka Oguchi Says " Atiku, best for Nigeria's future






2019 Plum Presidential Race Update
Abuja Support Group Gives Reasons Why Atiku is Best Hope For Nigeria
--As the countdown towards the much anticipated National grand convention of the People's Democratic Party ( PDP) in Port Harcourt hots up, an Abuja bases support group, Creed for Peace Wit Atiku(CPWA) have come out to give reasons why the ex Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria is the best hope come 2019
According to the founder, National Director of the Group - Chief Amaka Oguchiwho spoke with Cerutti Media in Abuja last night, Atiku remains Nigeria's brightest hope
In her words " Among all the long list of aspirants, it is Alhaji Atiku Abubakar that we believe possesses the ability to pool the best minds of all Nigeria's multi ethnic tribes together and move the country forward; he has proven that both in the public sector and his private businesses , where he has proved that he is detribalised leader who sees Nigeria as his constituency
" Secondly, Alhaji Atiku has a great understanding of governance ; he is a person with vision , passion, policies and political will to get things done, because, even as Vice President, his support for democracy is without match and his headship of the economic management team propelled the era of privatisation which stimulated the economy to grow at 7 seven per cent annually, and these are the economic qualities this country badly needs today " we were told
* Next .. How Atiku plans to revive our crumbling economy, engage youths in governance
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