A Presidential applicant on the stage of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Kabiru Turaki , has pronounced that he won’t advance down for previous Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, Senate President, Bukola Saraki and different hopefuls.
He made the comment while focusing on that he wasn’t fronting for another competitor.
His position was contained in an announcement issued by the Kabiru Tanimu Turaki’s Presidential Campaign Organization, on Sunday.
The announcement rejected as “silly, the plain thought of Turaki venturing down for anyone”, taking note of “that such will never happen”.
The announcement peruses, “There is not at all like that. He will never advance down for anyone. We are not working with anyone.
“Turaki is famously met all requirements to give the sort of authority Nigeria needs at this basic point of her history. A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, he has ascended to the highest point of his calling, Law.
“He has essential administrative and initiative encounters, having served his nation commendably as a previous Minister of Special Duties and Intergovernmental Affairs, Supervising Minister of Labor and Productivity, and Chairman, Presidential Committee on Dialog and Peaceful Resolution of the Security Challenges in the North East.
“Turaki is neither old nor excessively youthful. He is solid, dynamic and have a top notch brains and the sort of radical thoughts expected to remove Nigeria from the forested areas and make her a regarded individual from the comity of countries whose residents would be pleased with, rather than the current circumstance where numerous Nigerians have lost expectation in the nation and would successfully relocate abroad through any methods conceivable.
“Turaki has visited a larger number of states than some other competitor and has gotten affirmations of help from a significant number of the states so far visited for discussions.
“He is the New Face of Hope Nigeria needs as of now and we are certain that our incredible party will give him the order to challenge and annihilation President Muhammadu Buhari, whose visionless administration has set Nigeria quite a long while in reverse, in the 2019 presidential decision.”