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I’ll Support Atiku Abubakar If He Runs For President In 2023 – Daughter

Atiku Abubakar

Atiku Abubakar

Daughter of ex-Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, Hauwa Atiku Uwais has come out to say that she will support her dad if he decides to run for President in 2023.

She revealed this in Abuja recently in her opening remarks at the 2nd edition of Conversation with Hauwa, a pan-Nigeria talk show on how to make the country better.

According to her, Nigerians should learn to get more involved in conversations that will birth the Nigeria of their dream.

Hauwa Atiku added that she agrees that Nigeria has never fully fulfilled her potentials but things will improve with the right system that will create equitable opportunities for citizens.

His words, “Make no mistake about it! I will support my father if and when he declares to run for office but this gathering is bigger than that. This is a clarion call on behalf of all Nigerians. Enough of permutations! How can we be so blessed yet, suffer so much?”

“We are here to deepen engagements with fellow citizens who feel we can do better as a nation collectively. There is a fire burning inside my belly. I am here to collaborate with you to burn down the chain that hold us collectively captive.

“Admitted or not, there are some bridges in life that must be burn if the destiny of the nation is to be unleashed. There are roads that lead nowhere and the very foundations of those dead ends are what we are here to raise down once and for all and build a foundation for a new Nigeria.

“The gap between the haves and the haves-not is growing exponentially by the day. Poverty levels are at an all-time high with the population of Nigerians in abject poverty being the highest per capital in the world. And to cap it all, the level of insecurity of lives and properties is at a level that has never been witnessed in the nation’s 60 years of existence.

“I agree that Nigeria has never fully fulfil her potentials but she has equally never been this horrible and only one without genuine conscience will dismiss the fact that many Nigerians are living in despair and despondency.”

“As a female and Atiku Abubakar’s daughter, I know the burden of living as a privileged child in a society that is heavily prejudiced against you as if it was your fault to be born into some level of comfort. This pain is one carried by all of us. I also know what it takes to be able to afford a meal, knowing that a hundreds of neighbors within my vicinity are at the mercy of the elements.”

“You can try and help but the truth is that without a system that is designed to create equitable opportunities for citizens, most of the assistance you render is like water in the basket. It is never enough to quench everybody’s thirst.

“But rather staying in a cocoon and cry about it, I have set out to discuss with the common man because I am a common Nigerian too. I did what most entrepreneurs did. I trained myself in the venture that I wanted to embark upon which is pastry and baking . I started from home like most businesses and expanded gradually.”

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