Bayelsa, Kogi Election is About the people and not a War Against the People, Says Atiku

Former  Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar has urged  people of Bayelsa and Kogi States to take serious interest in the choices they make on Saturday as they cast their votes in the governorship elections in both states.

Tasking  members of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to use the power of their overwhelming strength in those two states in ensuring that its flag remains standing in the Bayelsa State Government House and that the good people of Kogi State can begin to have a feel of better life under a PDP administration, he reminded voters that the senatorial election in Kogi West is equally crucial and that they need to turn out in their numbers to defend the seat.

According to him, the leadership of the  PDP has abiding confidence in the voters in that senatorial election that the choices before them is between a continuation of quality representation at the Senate and a promise of meaningless change.

Beyond partisan concerns, he counsels that it is pertinent on all political actors to exhibit necessary decorum and sportsmanship.

He said, “Election is about the people and not a war against the people,” adding that democracy can flourish only when everyone plays according to its rules.