Deborah's murder: Atiku snubs critics, continues presidential campaign

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By Ifeanyi Olannye

Despite the public outcry following his reaction to the gruesome of Deborah Samuel, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar flew to Asaba, Delta to canvass votes from delegates.

The former Vice President promised to restructure and restore the economy of the country if elected as the president of the country come 2023.

He pledged while addressing the party delegates and Governor Ifeanyi Okowa at Government House on Friday.

Outlining other areas he would focus on, Atiku added that if allowed to preside over the affairs of the nation including unity of the country, insecurity, economy and education.

However, he stressed that the country was at a crossroads and needed an experienced hand to navigate through.

Atiku thanked the delegates for their support during the Port Harcourt convention in 2019 and appealed to them to vote for him in the PDP presidential convention billed for May 28 and May 29, in Abuja.

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