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Group Vows To Secure 15 Million Votes For Atiku In 2019, Begins Mobilisation



The Atiku Global Support Group (AGSG), a pro-democracy outfit, is promising 15 million votes to former vice president, Atiku Abubakar.

To achieve this, the AGSG has inaugurated its National Executive Committee (NEC)

Alhaji Gambo Jagindi, the group’s national coordinator, pleaded with members to be civil as they mobilise in favour of Atiku

Former vice president, Atiku Abubakar, will win massively the presidential election scheduled for 2019 as the Atiku Global Support Group (AGSG), a pro-democracy outfit promoting the political ideology of the politician has made a promise to deliver success for him.

The group said this in Abuja on Tuesday, January 9, when it inaugurated its National Executive Committee (NEC).

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the group, which is an association of volunteers consisting of Nigerians from different background, is committed to advocacy and campaign inspired by the antecedents, experience, reputation and enduring value of Atiku.

It was earnt that its national coordinator, Alhaji Gambo Jagindi, said the group emerged out of the desire to galvanise massive support for Atiku to become president in 2019.

Jagindi described Atiku as an embodiment of democracy adding that the movement was inspired by his enviable profiles which undoubtedly distinguished him among many politicians in the country.

He claimed the former vice president has contributed immensely to the development of democracy and democratic institutions in Nigeria, thereby deserves to be reciprocated by all Nigerians, especially the youth.

Jagindi urged the executive members of the group to come up with strategies on how to mobilise no fewer than 15 million eligible voters for Atiku across the nook and crannies of the country.

He explained that the group was working round the clock to win the support of both members of PDP and other electorate to actualise the political ambition of Atiku adding that he is convinced that Atiku stands a better chance to win the next presidential elections in 2019.

Jagindi advised members of the group to be law abiding and civil in their approach in the course of canvassing support for the former vice president among the people at the grassroots.

According to him, very soon, the group would open its secretariat across the 36 states of the federation and FCT in addition to its National Secretariat in Abuja.

The executive members of the group are Lord Ogenyi, its national secretary; Abu Sultan Ahmed, its director in charge of media and publicity; Sadiq Bida, its treasurer; Mohammed Ndagi, its national organising secretary and Isa Yahaya, its director of social media.

The others are Tunde Oguntola, its public relations officer; Amb Innocent Ugwuanyi, its contact and mobilisation officer and Jesica Dogo, its national woman leader