Atiku unveils 5-star recovery plan with dance moves

In a move ostensibly targeted at the active young voting population, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has taken to the dance floor to unveil his programme of economic recovery for the country.

The former vice president released a video on Sunday where he gives some dance steps to a hit song by Davido, “Stand Strong,” dressed in two different attires.

Starting in a loose-fitting white shirt over black trousers and black shoes, and initially backing the camera at the beginning of the video, the PDP flag bearer in slow but deliberate steps, dances forward with his two hands in his pockets.

As he turns around to show his face, his recovery plan begins to unfold with the initial words: “Nigeria is in crisis but…”

The video transitions into him now in full flowing blue babanbriga with his trademark blue cap to match and still dancing.

As he continues his moves, the agenda continues to unfold with the words”…we have a 5-star Recovery plan!”

It ends with: “Secure Nigerians, grow our economy, strengthen our education for productivity, restructure our government to work better, strengthen our union.”


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