Time For Our Yoruba Brethren To Recompense Candidate Atiku Abubakar For The Support He Showed MKO Abiola In 1993

By Ikenga Chronicles October 12, 2018

Time For Our Yoruba Brethren To Recompense Candidate Atiku Abubakar For The Support He Showed MKO Abiola In 1993

–ikenna asomba

After very deep and wide consultations, across the country and beyond, Candidate Atiku Abubakar, has settled for former Governor Peter Obi of Anambra State, as his running mate come next year’s Presidential Election.

With this move, it is very expedient to appeal to our YORUBA BRETHREN never to be deterred as Team Atiku/Obi will run an INCLUSIVE GOVERNMENT, unlike what we have currently.

Whether President Muhammadu Buhari picks a Yoruba as running mate, it’s apt to appeal to our YORUBA BRETHREN not to be swayed.

For Justice and Equity, fact remains that Ndigbo have been marginalised in the scheme of things in Nigeria, since 1966.

Tied to this, Ndigbo have supported our YORUBA BRETHREN to the Presidency 1999-2007- President Olusegun Obasanjo.

Tied to this, in 1993, when Shehu Musa Yar’Adua, his political mentor beckoned on him, this same Candidate Atiku Abubakar as a Presidential Hopeful in the Social Democratic Party of Nigeria (SDP), stepped down for Yoruba-born, Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola, who later won that Historic 1993 Presidential Election.

Even when the enemies of the people plotted to scuttle that mandate, Candidate Atiku, was among the few progressives who stood with MKO Abiola, despite the dictatorial threats as at then.

Candidate Atiku Abubakar joined forces with the Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubus of this world, a Yoruba leader per excellent, to fight Dictator Sanni Abacha, Buhari’s man-Friday, ally and former Boss.

Note: Buhari served as a Board Chairman in the Abacha Junta which scuttled the chances of an Abiola Presidency.

Be that as it may, Yours Truly, says: “TIME FOR OUR YORUBA BRETHREN TO RECOMPENSE CANDIDATE ATIKU ABUBAKAR FOR THE SUPPORT HE SHOWED MKO ABIOLA IN 1993.”

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