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FCT, AbujaPresidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar has told the leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, that he believes totally in the strategy document of the organisation.
The former vice president made this known during his session with CAN leaders in Abuja on Tuesday, November 22.
Atiku said there is no difference between CAN’s Policy Roadmap for a Future Nigeria and his position as contained in his policy document and various books he wrote.
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He said:
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Speaking further, he said:
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On his part, the vice presidential candidate of the PDP and Delta state governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, noted that the church needs to pray not to plant amiss. 
He said:
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He promised the leadership of the CAN that Atiku/Okowa presidential campaign will ensure it attend to all issues raised in CAN's strategy document.  
Atiku's delegation to the session included the national chairman of the PDP, Senator Iyiocha Ayu, ex-Vice President, Namadi Sambo, Senator Liyel Imoke, Governor Ishaku Darihus of Taraba, Senate Bukola Saraki, Senator Dino Melaye, Hon Ndudi Elumelu, Raymond Dokpesi among others.
Recall that Atiku recently described the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) as destroyers, adding that they don’t deserve to be supported.
The former vice president made the comment in Benin, Edo state on Saturday, October 22.
He said the APC has destroyed the educational system, economy, infrastructure and failed to address the security challenges facing the country.
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Meanwhile, the southeast region has been promised that an Igbo man will occupy the presidency after Atiku's tenure.
PDP deputy director of media and publicity in the party's presidential management committee, Uloka Chibuike, said this in a statement.
According to him, Atiku can be trusted by the people of the region due to his antecedents in the past.
Source: Legit.ng
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