The 2023 Presidential Election: Will Atiku Still Run? He ought to have resigned, Okonkwo


Veteran Nollywood actor and leader of the Labour Party (LP), Kenneth Okonkwo, has requested Atiku Abubakar to withdraw from the 2023 presidential election on behalf of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

He did so as he questioned the former vice president’s qualifications and capacity to govern Nigeria successfully.

In remarks made on Thursday during a television interview with Channels TV, Okonkwo claimed that Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s nominee, is not only the finest candidate for Nigeria, but also the only candidate.

Thespianically criticising Atiku, he argued that although the PDP candidate positions himself as a unifier, he has failed to end the internal turmoil that threatens to split his party.
Therefore, he questioned how the candidate for president would maintain Nigeria’s unity if elected.

Firstly, Atiku Abubakar, I wonder if he is still running for office because he would have been an honourable man if he had resigned, the man stated. He entered this race with simply the claim that he is a unifier as his platform. I previously informed you that I have no interest in a flawed political platform.

What is going on with PDP? The PDP is no longer accessible to the full south. North is a candidate for president, the national chairman of the DG campaign, and North. When the South sobbed, the BoT was given an acting chairman. They are told that because they are still young, they should be sucking on their moms’ breasts rather than discussing particular PDP positions.

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