The National Chairman of the Atiku Support Youth Movement (ASYM) Hajiya Halima Oba, has disclosed why the former Vice President,Atiku Abubakar possessed leadership qualities to govern the country.
The woman leader said the group had concluded plans to support his mission as a democrat, who has passion for development.
Oba, who is also the North Central Zonal Director of Atiku Support Group (ASG) comprising seven states pointed out that Atiku as a nationalist supported the restructuring of Nigeria that will promote true federalism.
She said recently represented the Director-General of ASG, Mark Wosi, at a meeting held in Abuja alongside the North Central Secretary of the group, Roten Henry Asogwa on how to mobiise support for Atiku ahead of the 2019 election.
Oba urged those accusing the former Vice President of corruption to come forward with an evidence of these allegations.
support a leader that has good pedigrees and good records to bring succour to the country and its masses.
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