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Atiku begins traveling to flood-affected states



Atiku Abubakar, a former vice president of Nigeria and a candidate for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in the upcoming election, will begin a tour on Tuesday that will take him to all of the states in the country where there are a lot of flooding incidents.
According to a press release from Paul Ibe, his Media Adviser, the PDP presidential candidate will begin the tour by visiting Bayelsa State.
Ibe claims that “in view of the trauma that the incidents have caused its victims, the tours to states ravaged by flooding become obligatory.”
As a result, “the tours will give the presidential candidate the opportunity to have an on-sight impact assessment of these flooding incidents” and “a veritable window to input those ecological concerns in his policy documents.”
Keep in mind that the PDP presidential candidate had previously provided assistance to flood victims in Kano, Yobe, and Jigawa.
In addition, he was the first candidate to address the issue, advising residents of the most vulnerable areas to temporarily evacuate following the meteorological agency’s warning that 24 additional states were at risk of major flooding.
According to Akahi News, Peter Obi, the Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, had requested that other presidential candidates halt their campaigns in light of the flooding in Nigeria.


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