Adamu Garba withdraws from presidential contest after collecting N83 million from Nigerians

After successfully raising about N83 million from Nigerians, Adamu Garba has reportedly withdrawn from the presidential race scheduled for next year.

According to Peoples Gazette, Mr Garba said that even though he had withdrawn from the exercise, it won’t be the end of his quest to govern Nigeria someday.

Mr Garba said the N100 million for nomination forms of the ruling All Progressives Congress is exploitative and may not encourage good governance.

The development comes after the politician raised over N83 million in donations from Nigerians.

“We have recorded the sum of N81,750,000.00 in private donations and N1,457, 794.70 in online donations. Totaling N83,207,794.70.

“We sincerely, immensely, and graciously thank everyone for these wonderful contributions and donations, including those who made theirs anonymously.

“We, however, request that all those who donated online and who require a refund send an email with evidence of payment on the attached document to assure you of a complete refund upon request,” Mr Garba said.

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