Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for president, will meet with members of the Northern Elders Forum (NEF), the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF), and other Northern organizations.
Paul Ibe, Atiku’s media adviser, said in a statement on Friday that the former Vice President will attend an interactive session of the Arewa Joint Committee on Saturday at the Arewa House in Kaduna State.
According to Ibe, the purpose of the event is for Northern elders to examine the policy philosophies of major political party presidential candidates.
He stated that Atiku would meet with the groups at 1:00 p.m. and emphasized that the dialogue is a planned campaign event, along with a rally on Monday in the state.
According to Ibe, the event is yet another opportunity for the PDP presidential candidate to present his policy document to Nigerian leaders in the North and the general public.
He stated, “The dialogue promises to provide the PDP presidential candidate with yet another opportunity to discuss his policy document, titled “My Covenant with Nigerians,” with the event’s attendees.
According to Akahi News, various organizations, including Arewa House, Sir Ahmadu Bello Memorial Foundation, Arewa Research and Development Project, ACF, and NEF, organize the interactive session.
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