By Juliet Oyoyo
As political gladiators in the country campaign for their different candidates to clinch the seat of the Presidency in this year’s general elections, Senator Bello Hayatu Gwarzo, Vice Chairman North West Zone of People’s Democratic Party, (PDP) of the People With Disabilities across the zone, has called on people with Special Needs to rally round Alhaji Atiku Abubakar to enable him emerge victorious in the 2023 presidential elections
Gwarzo, who endorsed the candidature of Atiku Abubakar (Wazirin Adamawa) for the 2023 coming general elections on the platform of People’s Democratic Party (PDP), said Atiku is the right man for the job.
The Senator, who is the National Coordinator of People with Special Needs for Atiku/ Okowa Campaign, urged the people with disability to go back to the grassroots to call on their members to vote for PDP from Local Governments Council to the office of the President because Atiku is the right candidate for Nigeria at this hard time that we are experiencing,
According to him, “Unlike other presidential candidates for the 2023 general elections, only Atiku Abubakar, has earlier disclosed the beautiful plans he has for People With Disabilities (PWDs).”
Others, who spoke during the gathering are state coordinators, who had come to show their total support to PDP and Atiku/Okowa, which according to them, is for the betterment of the nation and also for the concern that Atiku shows to the people with special needs.
In his speech, Chairman of the cccasion and former Commissioner Culture and Tourism Kaduna State, Abdurrashid Kakangi, commended Atiku for his good gesture to the people with Special Needs and reiterated Atiku’s promise to include people with Special Needs into his cabinet if elected.
Kakangi also called on members to come out and vote massively for PDP right from the Councilors, State Assemblies up to the Federal level to ensure that they change the current situations from insecurity, poverty and the Naira redesigned saga that is a big issue in the Nation, he added.