The 2023 Presidential Election is quickly approaching, and candidates are ramping up their efforts to secure the support of voters. The PDP Presidential Candidate, H.E. Atiku Abubakar, a prominent businessman and former Vice President of Nigeria, is joined by the Minority Leader of the House of Representative, Ndudi Elumelu, a well-known figure in Nigerian politics. Together, the two men and members of the PDP campaign team are currently in London for a series of talks with the British government and the House of Commons
The main focus of their visit is to discuss the future of Nigeria and the role the British government can play in supporting the country’s development. H.E. Atiku Abubakar has stated that he believes Nigeria has enormous potential for growth, but that this can only be achieved with the support of the international community.
In recent years, the United Kingdom has been a major partner for Nigeria in areas such as trade, security, and development. Therefore, it is considered a strong ally of Nigeria that has the power to support the candidate during and after the presidential election.
H.E. Atiku Abubakar and members of his team will be meeting with high-level officials from the British government, including members of the House of Commons. They will also be engaging with members of the Nigerian community in the United Kingdom, many of whom have deep ties to Nigeria and a keen interest in its political developments.
The visit to London is seen as an important step for H.E. Atiku Abubakar, as he seeks to build relationships with key international partners and showcase his vision for Nigeria’s future. He is a widely respected figure with a strong track record of leadership and public service, and he is seen as a credible and worthy successor to the current President Muhammadu Buhari.