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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Atiku should step down for me now – Presidential candidate, Adesanya-Davies





The presidential candidate of the Mass Action Joint Alliance party,
MAJA, Prof. Mercy Funmilayo Adesanya-Davies, has told the presidential
candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar to
step down for her.









According to her, since MAJA party and the PDP were members of the
Coalition of United Political Parties, CUPP, it was needful for the
emergence of a candidate for the coalition.




Adesanya-Davies said this when she received some Nigerian students
who paid her a courtesy call on the sidelines of World Student’s Day.









The MAJA presidential candidate said the former Vice President Atiku
should step down for her on account of Atiku’s age and also because she
is a woman.




She added that the odd favoured young candidates for the 2019 general elections.




“Since men have failed Nigeria, they should give women a chance to
emerge as the nation’s next president and return the country back to the
path of progress,” she said.









“The main topic of their discussion was on the prospect of her
emergence on the CUPP platform, as she hopes to be the next president of
Nigeria in 2019, having received the National Association of Nigerian
Students’ NANS Outstanding Leadership in 2018 as well as the students’
endorsement.




“I will, in fact, seize this opportunity to appeal to Alhaji Atiku
Abubakar to kindly step down for me at the CUPP as President Buhari of
APC steps aside, because this time indeed is a-woman-youth-academician
ticket and a tip to the Middle-belt Christian Nigeria currently bearing
all the brunt of killings in the North.




“And that is where I come in,” she said.
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