Tambuwal explains why he stepped down for Atiku during the PDP primary.


Aminu Tambuwal, the governor of Sokoto State, has stated why he dropped down from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential primary to support Atiku Abubakar, a former vice president.

Tambuwal announced his withdrawal from the campaign, urging his supporters to vote for Atiku.

He now claims that it was a sacrifice for Nigerians and the country as a whole.

The governor made the remarks while speaking to a gathering at the state government house on Friday, shortly after his return from Abuja.

"Thank you very much for your support and collaboration, our leaders and renowned supporters from all around the country," Tambuwal remarked. 

"I must express my gratitude to our party's leaders at all levels, including those in Sokoto State." We have acted in the best interests of our party and the country. Thank you to everyone who prayed for me and our celebration. 

"The sacrifice I've made on your behalf aims to strengthen our party, our democracy, and, by God's grace, to soften the landing of our politics." 

This is consistent with our leaders' teachings and [emulation] of the examples they have set in the past: we must continue to make sacrifices for the welfare of all of us and our country. 

I appreciate the support of the people of Sokoto State and all of my supporters around the country. Rest confident, we will work tirelessly to ensure our party's triumph in the general election in 2023."


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