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2023: Atiku reveals why he took time off to Dubai amid campaigns

By abdullah

During the ongoing presidential campaigns, Atiku Abubakar was away in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, according to Daniel Bwala, the spokesperson for the Atiku, Okowa Presidential Campaign Council.

On Wednesday, Bwala revealed the information while taking questions during the Morning Show program on Arise Television.

He claimed that Atiku used his vacation time to reflect and reenergize himself.

The former lawmaker further stated that everyone has the freedom to travel during a holiday anywhere in the world.

“Actually we were the first political party to commence a campaign. In fact, beginning with the institution of the campaign council and the commencement of the campaign, within a short period, we covered quite a number of places.

And we have broken our campaign approaches to campaigns in rallies and campaigns in town halls campaigns with consultations.

“But you must remember also that we are guided by our own calendar and not the calendar of another political party. And based on our calendar, you would have noticed that from the 21st of last month or thereabout, we had a holiday, and it was this period that he (Atiku) took time out to be away and reflect and refresh again.

“In campaigns, at least you retreat once in a while to re-energise, reinvigorate yourself and refresh yourself with ideas on how you can go forward. During holidays, anybody has the right to go anywhere in the world that he wishes to go.

“The campaign is constituted by not just the presidential candidate, the vice presidential candidate has been on the ground engaging. Then also we have campaign officers,” Bwala said.

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