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Atiku Abubakar Is Passionate To Make Nigeria Work Again – TUNG.

Atiku Abubakar.
The United Nigeria Group (TUNG), has dismissed as puerile rubbish and detachment from reality the allegation that the former Vice President “is too desperate for power”.

A so-called pro-democracy group that calls itself “Make A Difference (MAD)”, had described Atiku Abubakar as “a man too desperate for power”, with the Executive Director of the group, Lemmy Ughegbe, questioning Atiku’s integrity for leaving the APC to join the PDP.

Responding to these allegations, The United Nigeria Group (TUNG) said the allegations by MAD are trashy and devoid of substance for serious political debate.

The spokesman of TUNG, Dr. Emenena Bright, said he was amused by the sheer childishness of the issues raised by MAD against the former Vice President saying that contrary to the claims by the so-called pro-democracy group, Atiku is not desperate but passionate to fix Nigeria and get the country working again.

Dr. Bright explained that the state of the economy is central to the success of any democratic system.

He said an economy in which companies are dying and jobs are being lost massively while poverty is worsening daily is bound to create despair among the voters, which was why as a man who believes in excellence, Atiku chose to leave APC to seek an alternative platform to fix Nigeria and get it working again.

Furthermore, Dr. Bright noted that a situation where 6 million jobs were lost in two years, according to the National Bureau of Statistics, is a betrayal of the voters who had looked forward to a better life, adding that nobody would willfully vote themselves into hardship attended by weakening purchasing power and despair.

The TUNG Spokesman said APC has betrayed the voters by abandoning its campaign promises and rewarding them with greater poverty and crushing inflation, as the party has run out of ideas and, as a result, the economy is abandoned to its fate.

Bright said Atiku Abubakar is seriously worried that Nigerians are ever more divided than we had ever been since the Civil War, which poses a threat to our nationhood, urging the APC and its MAD collaborators to find something useful to do with their lives rather than bothering themselves daily about Atiku who is no longer a member of their party.

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