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The vice presidential candidate of the PDP, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa today told Nigerians not to despair as PDP was coming to remove the pains inflicted on them by the ruling APC.
He therefore appealed to them to vote PDP in next Saturday presidential election.
Okowa canvassed these views while addressing the grand finale PDP presidential campaign rally in Adamawa state, the home of his principal Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.
Okowa who is also the governor of Delta State said the country was like a patient in the intensive care unit of hospital and that the PDP ticket was capable of curing the many sicknesses of Nigeria.
He argued that among the presidential candidates, only Atiku was capable of healing the nation through the Recover Nigeria plan of the PDP.
He therefore called on people of Adamawa and indeed all Nigerians to be patriotic by voting the Atiku-Okowa ticket in next Saturday presidential election.
He appreciated Adamawa people for their massive support to the party, and assured them that Atiku would make the difference in governance.
Senator Okowa stated thus :
“We truly thank you for coming out both on the streets and on this rally ground to welcome your father,  your son, your own Wazirin Adamawa.
“We want to thank the people of Adamawa for giving us a leader who understands Nigeria, a leader who is humble, a leader who is ready to lead Nigerians to the promised land by the special grace of God.
“So, we are very grateful to the people of Adamawa for giving to Nigerians, this wonderful man, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. He is somebody who understands Nigeria.
“A lot of people have spoken about him, and we have  heard so much about him but we know that Nigerians are in so much pains, we know that Nigerians are troubled in their hearts.
“We know that Nigerians are hungry, we know that  students are worried about their education, and we know that businessmen, even the small businessmen are worried that their businesses will collapse.
“We also know that many of our farmers are worried about going to their farms because of the insecurity,  and the fact that they cannot have access to fertilisers because of the high cost. 
“Do not worry, help is coming on the way and that help is Atiku Abubakar.”
Okowa told Adamawa people that he was lucky to work with Atiku who has the competence and experience to deal with Nigeria’s problems, adding that the presidency was not for learners and inexperienced politicians.


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