United For Atiku’s Mandate (UFAM), one of the numerous Support Groups of the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP) in the 2019 general elections, said the former Vice president, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar’s victory means development of infrastructures has come to Nigeria.
Speaking shortly after their inauguration at the Atiku Campaign Office in Abuja, UFAM which has structures in the 36 states of the federation including the FCT, said if Atiku emerges president, most of the issues affecting the country such as poverty, insecurity and infrastructural decay will be addressed.
“Victory of Atiku Abubakar will translate to the much desired meaningful development in Nigeria,” National Coordinator of UFAM, Comrade Anthony Nwaobi said during the meeting while charging members to remain resolute and committed to the cause of Atiku’s mandate.
According to Anthony, the cardinal objective of the group which is to generate 100 votes per polling unit in all the polling units across the federation, added that Atiku will end poverty and hunger in Nigeria.
“Apart from having the experience, exposure, competence, track records and unquenchable passion for a better Nigeria, he painstakingly developed a workable development plan for the country,” Anthony said of Atiku while warning Nigerians against the APC’s Next Level Plan.
The spokesman of the Atiku Presidential Campaign Organization, Mr. Segun Showunmi appreciated the laudable objective and noble intentions of UFAM, noting that the 2019 general elections is a battle for the soul of Nigeria.
“So, all hands must be on deck to ensure the success of Atiku Abubakar who has proven track records that all should be proud to associate with,” Segun said advising UFAM and other support groups to ensure that all votes count.
“Ceck the numbers properly and be wary of misguided individuals who do not mean well for Nigeria,” Segun said adding that, “The time to make Nigeria one has come and Nigeria needs Atiku who is a tested and trusted detribalized individual with the requisite qualification, experience, political will, zeal and commitment to make Nigeria work again.”