BREAKING: Former Senate President, Bukola Saraki, Breaks Silence, Declares That “The PDP And Atiku Abubakar Remain The Best Option For Nigerians In The 2023 Polls”, Reveals He Has Been Working Silently Behind The Scene To End The Ongoing Crisis In The Main Opposition Party For Good

A former Senate President and Presidential Aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Bukola Saraki, has on Saturday, broken his long silence after losing at the PDP Presidential primary election earlier in the year, declaring that the PDP and its Presidential Candidate, Atiku Abubakar, are the best option for Nigerians, come 2023 general elections, Page 36 learnt.

Saraki who revealed that he just returned from an annual vacation, went straight to Akwa Ibom State, to join in the celebration of the 35th anniversary of the State’s creation.

He revealed also that he has been working silently behind the scene to see to the end to the ongoing crisis within the main opposition party.

Speaking via a Facebook post on his verified page, Saraki stated exactly: “I just returned from my annual vacation, and went straight to Akwa Ibom, to join the celebration of the 35th anniversary of the State’s creation.

“As I moved around the country in the past few days, I got the feeling that many people are concerned over my seeming silence on recent developments in our party, the PDP. My response is that there are times to speak and be heard, and there are times when working silently behind the scene is more productive. This is such a time.

“The PDP and Atiku Abubakar remain the best option for Nigerians in the 2023 polls!”

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