Atiku Abubakar who is the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, presidential candidate, has finally opened up on the real reasons why he is actually visiting the United States.
Atiku had also revealed that the visit would be able to afford him the opportunity of some more high-level engagements aimed at setting the pace for building an economically stronger and more secure Nigeria.
Atiku is currently in the United States alongside some of his campaign team members like former Senate President, Bukola Saraki, former Kogi West Senator, Dino Melaye, and others.
However, Atiku said he would meet with the Nigerian and US business community while in the US.
The PDP presidential candidate said he would outline his plans and vision for Nigeria during his engagements.
Speaking through his spokesman, Paul Ibe, the former Vice President said he would be in the US for a week.
A statement by Ibe reads: “The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party and former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar on Thursday arrived in Washington DC, United States on a working visit.
“The visit will afford the PDP presidential candidate the opportunity of high-level engagements aimed at setting the pace for building an economically stronger and more secure Nigeria.
“According to the statement, Atiku will be in the US for a week-long engagement that will opportune the frontline presidential candidate to share his vision for Nigeria with US business communities and young Nigerian professionals in North America.”
In another report, Isaac Fayose who is the younger brother of the former Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has put out an open warning to Nigerians against voting for the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar whom he alleges is trying to Islamise Nigeria.
Fayose had also made some allegations that Atiku Abubakar would be pushing the Fulanisation agenda of Nigeria if he is elected president in 2023.
In a Facebook post, Fayose alleged that Atiku would force Fulani settlement in all the local government areas of Southern Nigeria.