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Atiku In America: PDP Should Weep- El-Rufai Mocks Opposition Party

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Governor of Kaduna state, Nasir El-Rufai, has mocked the PDP for what he claimed was a celebration of Atiku’s recent trip to the United States.

The former Vice-President was finally allowed into the United States after a 12-year exile and there have been a lot of strong reactions to the situation. Some of praise, and some of ire.

El-Rufai, commenting on the situation, said that the PDP shouldn’t take any pleasure from the trip, but should rather weep.

“Atiku is in America after begging for 12 years to get visa and people in the PDP are celebrating instead of crying. So all of a sudden, going to America is an achievement?” el-Rufai asked.

“Mr. President, I first went to America when I was 23 years old, it is not an achievement, but in the minds of the PDP, getting a visa after begging for 12 years is an achievement.

“Do you want to vote those who will go to Trump before they come back to Nigeria? Do you want those who will take all your money to America? Atiku Abubakar should be explaining to Nigerians why he did not go to America for 12 years.”

The Kaduna state Governor also promised that come election day, Kaduna will be a broom state.

“By the grace of God, in the next election, these three states will give you more than 30 percent of your total votes,” he said.

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“Kaduna state gave you 70 per cent of its votes in 2015 – 1.1 million votes. This was when our voters register was just 3. 3 million.

“Now our voters register is about 4 million and with the efforts of all the stakeholders here, including many decampees from PDP, we are confident that this time around, based on the work you have done in Kaduna state and Nigeria, the voters in Kaduna state will give you more than 80 per cent of the total votes.

“By the grace of God and so long as we have the enabling environment- security and credible electoral officers, Kaduna state is yours, there is nothing to worry about.

“Our track record as a party and your track record and the work done by APC governors, is enough for people to vote APC again.”

 

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Famutimi Femi is a writer for theheraldng. He is also a lawyer by trade. His hobbies include reading and writing, he also loves Renaissance art.

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