2027: I Will Continue Running For President If God Gives Me Good Health – Atiku

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar remains resolute in his pursuit of Nigeria’s presidency, undeterred by the present challenges confronting his party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). Having vied for the nation’s highest office six times over three decades, Atiku’s determination persists, with his latest bid in the 2023 presidential election under the PDP banner.

Despite finishing second in the last election, securing 6,984,520 votes compared to Bola Tinubu’s 8,794,726 of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Atiku expresses his intent to run again, should his health permit, echoing the sentiment “God willing.”

Asserting his unwavering commitment, Atiku emphasizes that he will not retreat from the presidential race “as long as God grants me strength, good health, and longevity.” Drawing inspiration from history, he alludes to Abraham Lincoln, the former President of the United States, who contended for office seven times.

Additionally, Atiku acknowledges the imperative for the PDP to forge alliances with other political entities to challenge the ruling APC. Recognizing the PDP’s solitary stance in electoral contests, he underscores the necessity of coalition-building to mount a formidable challenge and potentially reclaim power.

In navigating Nigeria’s complex political landscape, Atiku’s steadfastness and strategic insights underscore his enduring commitment to democratic participation and national leadership.

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