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Three Main Obstacles to an Atiku Presidency in 2019 by Demola Olanrewaju

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Three Main Obstacles to an Atiku Presidency in 2019 by Demola Olanrewaju

On Friday 24th of November, former vice-president of Nigeria and 2015 APC presidential primaries aspirant Atiku Abubakar announces that he has defects from the ruling party APC.

According official press statement released out by the Atiku’s media aides indicated the decision of Atiku to have left the party: saying that the party has failed Nigerian masses and also the Buhari’s led government and the APC party did not believes in the Nigerian youths who are the future of tomorrow.

With the recent defection of Atiku from the APC, which suggested that he’s making available for the next year general elections comes 2019. No doubt that an average Nigerian knows Atiku‘s ambition to is be Nigeria President and he’s not relenting on that ambition spirit.

As the situation stands now, many political scholar and analyst are gradually calculating chances of Atiku Abubakar in the 2019 general election, but an interesting, educative, resourceful and perceptive analyst on Atiku’s chances was pen down by political analyst & strategist and member of the opposition party PDP, Demola Olanrewaju.

Atiku Abubakar

Three Main Obstacles to an Atiku Presidency in 2019 by Demola Olanrewaju

In that educative thread titled : Three main obstacles to an Atiku Presidency in 2019 as I see it: Perception of Desperation in the Pursuit of Ambition, Opposition by Political/Business Elite and Inability to Divide/Attract Core Northern Votes.

There are other obstacles but these three are paramount.


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