2019: Group to moblise 15m votes for Atiku

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Atiku Abubakar
Atiku Abubakar

By Salisu Sani-Idris

The Atiku Global Support Group (AGSG), a pro-democracy outfit selling political ideology of former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, on Tuesday in Abuja inaugurated its National Executive Committee (NEC).

The group, which is an affiliation of volunteers consisting of Nigerians from totally different background, is dedicated to advocacy and marketing campaign impressed by the antecedents, expertise, popularity and enduring worth of Atiku.

Addressing journalists on the inauguration, the National Coordinator of AGSG, Alhaji Gambo Jagindi, stated the group emerged out of want to galvanise huge help for Atiku to change into President in 2019.

Jagindi, who described Atiku as an embodiment of democracy, stated the motion was impressed by his enviable profiles which undoubtedly distinguished him amongst many politicians within the nation.

According to him, Atiku has contributed immensely to the event of democracy and democratic establishments in Nigeria, thereby deserves to be reciprocated by all Nigerians, particularly the youth.

He urged the manager member to evolve methods on how you can mobilise no fewer than 15 million eligible voters for Atiku throughout the nook and crannies of the nation.

The group, he defined, was working around the clock to win the help of each members of PDP and different voters to actualise the political ambition of Atiku.

According to Jagindi, the group is satisfied that Atiku stands a greater likelihood to win the subsequent presidential elections in 2019.

The nationwide coordinator suggested members of the group to be legislation abiding and civil of their strategy in the middle of canvassing help for the previous VP among the many individuals on the grassroots.

Jagindi disclosed that very quickly, the group would open its secretariat throughout the 36 states of the federation and FCT along with its National Secretariat in Abuja.

Other Executive members of the group are, Mr Lord Ogenyi, National Secretary, Abu Sultan Ahmed, Director, Media and Publicity, Sadiq Bida, Treasurer, Mohammed Ndagi, National Organising Secretary and Isa Yahaya, Director Social Media.

Others are, Mr Tunde Oguntola, Public Relations Officer, Amb Innocent Ugwuanyi, Contact and Mobilisation Officer and Miss Jesica Dogo, National Woman Leader.

 

 

 

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