2023: Ex- Adamawa Gov, Boni Haruna leads over 600 support groups for Atiku

The Atiku/Okowa Presidential Campaign Office under the Leadership of His Excellency, Boni Haruna, former governor of Adamawa State has registered over 600 support groups verified to work at the grassroot for the success and victory of Atiku Abubakar in the 2023 Presidential Election.

Some of the groups were at the presidential campaign office on familiarization and courtesy visits to reassure the leader of the campaign group of their resolve to work together for the PDP and it’s presidential candidate.

The groups, addressed individually by Haruna and members of the campaign directorates were assured of support from the campaign organization for impact and effective mobilization for votes for Atiku.

Boni Haruna who was overwhelmed by the show of support as well the enthusiasm demonstrated by the people of the State who formed themselves into clusters with high level personalities as leaders of such groups said, he was impressed with the level of awareness and support from Atiku’s home front.

Prominent among the groups led by their leaders are; Ohaneze Ndi’igbo group, Yoruba Community Council, Women Wing, Christian Women in Politics, Adamawa State, Zumunci Women for Atiku 2023, Coalition of Fulbe, Adamawa State and Farauta Women Support for Atiku 2023.

Other groups received are Grassroot Movement for Atiku, Atiku Arewa Reporters, Mobilization Squadron, Atikulated Leaders Worldwide, Sports Group for Atiku and You and I Group among others.

The groups in their separate remarks said their decision to support Atiku was as a result of the honest and quality leadership as well as the legacies and impact of the regime of His Excellency Former Governor Boni Haruna in the State.

“Former Governor Haruna’s leadership of Atiku movement has suddenly changed the narratives and wrong impression that the Presidential Hopeful, Atiku Abubakar has lost his home support,” the groups said.

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