ABUJA/Nigeria: A frontline women’s group, Focus Daughters Association has inaugurated its national and zonal leaders, with a resolve to work towards mobilizing 30 million votes for the Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2023 elections.
Inaugurating the appointees on Sunday, September 4 in Port Harcourt the Rivers State capital, National Coordinator and founder of the group, Julie Omie said that the time has come for Nigerians to rally around Atiku as he remains the best to salvage and unite the country.
This was contained in a statement signed by the Head of Media and Publicity of the group, Okpani Jacob Onjewu Dickson, dated September 4.
“The task ahead is enormous, but I am optimistic that with our determination and strong resolve, we would come out as winners in our various zones as we galvanize support for our great party, the PDP, and ensure that our Presidential Candidate, former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar emerges and is sworn-in on May 29, 2023, as the next president of Nigeria.
“We would not be distracted, but with energies channeled towards our aim, we hope to deliver at least 30 million votes at the February 2023 Presidential election for our party,” Omie said.
According to the statement, she said that the inauguration was postponed on two occasions, to ensure only the best head their structure across the country.
“I am indeed delighted to be performing this all-important inauguration, after the postponement, which took place, to help us build better structure across the length and breadth of our dear country, Nigeria.
“It is heartwarming that our amiable elegant zonal leaders are the best that can represent us across the six geo-political zones.
“Today is not a day of the elaborate speech, but one that spurs us into immediate action across our zones.
“I hereby, inaugurate you as zonal coordinators of Focus Daughters Association. I expect you to do the same shortly, by inaugurating the state’s coordinators in your respective zones.
“Wishing you all God’s blessings, guidance, and divine protection,” Julie Omie said in the inauguration speech.