2023: Atiku’s Reset Nigeria Campaign Gains Momentum on Twitter

Nigeria certainly needs a ” reset” or in more popular usage — a restructuring. To achieve that, we need visionary and competent leaders to lead us through.

“Reset Nigeria” which has gotten some fame on Twitter is associated with former Nigerian vice president and 2019 PDP presidential flagbearer, Atiku Abubakar. The former presidential aspirant is once again showing Nigerians that he is more than capable of leading Nigeria to the promised land. The former number two citizen continues to share nation building tips and strategies he would apply to lead the country forward if elected and his supporters are not resting on their oars to make sure he gains massive recognition before 2023.

Here are some interesting tweets on ” reset Nigeria “

Yahaya Umar tweeted: Alhaji @atiku is not one of the everyday Politicians who fall within the definition of an average Politician who is not prepared. He is a World Class Presidential Material who will set the records of Governance straight in Africa if voted #ResetNigeria #GreenEconomy #AtikuKawai

Oluwadamilola Asuni: #ResetNigeria the choice of @atiku is an indication that Nigeria is not ready to get out of the woods. We are about to elect another old (possibly lifeless) man with nothing to offer.

https://twitter.com/AdamsFatima8/status/1396960894689685504?s=20

The presidential hopeful recently shared his thoughts on the Nigerian economy. He said: ” We must begin to visualize a new Nigeria without oil“.

READ ALSO: Interesting Reactions From Nigerians as Reps Consider Scrapping NYSC After Bill Reaches The Second Reading

Fatima in response to this interesting thought from Atiku said: We can grow Nigeria through entrepreneurship by using it to drive economic diversification, which would require education reform. Education must be enterprise-oriented, such that inspire creativity and innovation.  #ResetNigeria #GreenEconomy #AtikuKawai

Do you think Atiku is the man for the job? Do you believe he can take Nigeria to the promised land?

Facebook Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *