Vice President Kashim Shettima has reiterated his unwavering commitment to usher former Vice President and presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, into a tranquil retirement from the political arena.
Shettima emphasized that his aim was not to retire Atiku to Dubai, as previously implied by political discourse, but rather to the serene Nigerian locale of Kombina.
In a move that blends humor with political rivalry, Shettima has pledged to provide Atiku with an unconventional retirement package – goats, broilers, and layers – effectively inviting him to embark on a new chapter as a livestock farmer.
The vice president made these intriguing remarks while addressing the media immediately after a five-member panel of justices led by Justice Haruna Tsammani delivered a significant judgment affirming Bola Tinubu’s election as president on Wednesday.
When questioned by a journalist about his campaign promise to “retire political tourists to Dubai,” Shettima responded by emphasizing that the campaign season had concluded, and the focus had shifted to the responsibilities of governance.
The unique offer to provide Atiku with goats, broilers, and layers is an unconventional twist in the political landscape, demonstrating the complex dynamics of Nigerian politics.
Shettima’s statement adds a lighthearted touch to the competitive atmosphere while emphasizing the importance of transitioning from campaigning to governance in the nation’s political discourse.
As the political scene continues to evolve, Shettima’s promise to facilitate Atiku’s retirement through agriculture remains a noteworthy development in Nigerian politics.
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