Bayo Oyewale, Lokoja

The ex governor of Former Kogi State and Chieftain of Peoples Democratic Party , Alhaji Ibrahim Idris, has described the emergence of the of ex-vice President Alhaji Abubakar Atiku under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), as a sign of sign of hope for Nigerians.

This was contained in statement personally signed copy of which was made available to journalists in Lokoja , congratulated the former vice President for the recorded at the recent PDP national convention in Port Harcourt, River state.

He described the convention as the most credible and transparent ever, Idris notes that the choice of Alhaji Atiku as the party presidential flag bearer by the delegates was noble.

According to him, Alhaji Atiku is also the most prepared candidate that would turn the fortune of the country from bad to good.

“Alhaji Atiku I know, is very much experienced and articulate in governance. This is a man ready to transform this country with his wealth of experience.”

“Let me also use this medium to congratulate the entire Nigerians and the PDP for making a wise choice in Alhaji Abubakar Atiku.”

The former governor equally salute the maturity and patriotism of other presidential aspirants, who displayed spirit of sportsmanship during and after the convention.

Alhaji Idris also urged party members including delegates, particularly from Kogi state, who must have had their preferred aspirants at the convention to come together and work towards the victory of the party come next year presidential election.

“Every delegates must have his or her preferred aspirant during the convention, however only one aspirant must emerge as the party candidate. It is now time to put all our interest in one basket toward actualising the victory of PDP come next year presidential election and other elections,” Alh. Idris added.

He therefore assured Nigerians that the victory of Alhaji Abubakar Atiku next year will change the county’s narration for the better.

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