The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Atiku Abubakar has said it would be too risky for Nigerians to hand over their future to the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress Bola Tinubu or that of the Labour Party Peter Obi in next month’s election.
This was just as former Senate President Bukola Saraki said the 2023 general election would be a referendum on the performance of the APC-led government adding that Nigerians would not reward failure.
But the Spokesman of the APC Presidential Campaign Council Festus Keyamo countered Saraki saying that the ruling party was in pole position to win the forthcoming elections
Speaking at the Nigeria Economic Summit Group Presidential Dialogue on the Economy in Lagos, Atiku said he has a good understanding of the challenges bedeviling Nigeria.
The former vice president described Obi as a greenhorn and alleged that the APC-led government brought Nigerians to this sorry situation.
Atiku said Experience was important and Nigerians must avoid the mistakes of the recent past as It was too risky for Nigerians to hand over their future to a greenhorn or to the national leader of the very party that brought the nation to this sorry situation. THIS DAY