How my parents migrated to Adamawa State

A former vice president, atik abubakarnarrated how he was born in Adamawa state to immigrant parents who moved to the state. Abubakar said that Fulani nomads are everywhere in Africa. He said this in Jigawa state while seeking the support of delegates from the opposition Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) in the party’s upcoming presidential primaries. Some members of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) claimed that he was not born in Nigeria and therefore ineligible to stand for election. They made the claim in the electoral petition court where Mr. Atiku was contesting the result of the 2019 presidential election that he lost to President Muhammadu Buhari. “Coming to Jigawa is coming home because a person named Malam Adamu Dutse, left here (Dutse, capital of Jigawa state) with his wife named ‘Yar Malam and immigrated to Adamawa state where I was born,” Abubakar told journalists at Sule Lamido’s residence. in Dutch after meeting with delegates at the party secretariat. Abubakar said that his parents’ families remain the custodians of the mosque and bear the title of chief imam of ‘Jigawar Sarki’, the house is popularly known as ‘Gidan Malamai’. “Simply put, this is half of my story, which is why I see myself in Jigawa as if I were at home,” said Abubakar. Abubakar said that he came to Jigawa not only to canvass the votes of the delegates, but also to visit his people and strengthen the ties between them. ALSO READ: Alleged blasphemy: why I deleted a tweet about the murder of Deborah Samuel – Atiku He said that politically, he and former Jigawa Governor Sule Lamido fought to ensure a democratic government in the country. “We are still here fighting for the consolidation of democracy that we are fighting against the military and ensuring its existence in Nigeria to ensure prosperity, peace and development,” Abubakar said. While meeting with party delegates, Abubakar said that Nigeria is a blessed country but lacks determined leadership. He said, “we pray for good leaders, may the peace of God be with us.” “I am grateful to the delegates for their support in the 2018 primary elections, once again, we are here again for the 2022 elections, with the grace of God, with your support, I hope to get your support once again”, said the Mr. Abubakar to the delegates Read More Related News Here Let here it in the comment below if you do have an opinion on this; How my parents migrated to Adamawa State