Atiku reveals what he discussed with CAN leaders in Abuja
The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, has shared details of his discussion with the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) on Tuesday.
Naija News recalls that Atiku had a meeting with leaders of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in Abuja at the Christian Ecumenical Centre in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
On his Twitter account, Atiku confirmed after the meeting with the religious leaders that both parties exchanged ideas and concerns on what Nigeria needs to move forward and also discussed the 2023 elections.
The PDP candidate also shared his political plan if elected president of Nigeria in 2023, emphasising the need to give Nigeria a new lease of life that is different from the kind of “change” brought about by the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Atiku, in his statement, also thanked the leadership of the Christian organisation for the opportunity to engage with them in an effort to create a better Nigeria.
He wrote, “I have just concluded my interactive session with the Christian Association of Nigeria. It was a rewarding experience for me and the leadership of CAN. My policy prescriptions for RECOVER Nigeria seem to be very much in line with the demands of the Association.
“We all agreed that there needs to be a restructured Nigeria that is more inclusive, secure, and provides more opportunities for citizens to realise their interests, regardless of tribe, language, or religious affiliation.
Above all, I stressed the inevitability of CHANGING CHANGE , which has led us to a socio-economic and political impasse in the last seven years.
“I thank the National Executive Committee of CAN for the opportunity to share my thoughts on the path to a new Nigeria. I look forward to further discussions with other key stakeholders in the country to get Nigeria back on track. – AA”