The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, has promised to look forward to a successful transition.
Atiku said this after voting at Ajiya 012 polling unit, Yola in Adamawa state. He was accompanied by some of his aides and Titi, his wife.
When asked what his expectation was in the election, the presidential candidate said: “I look forward to a successful transition.”
Asked if he would accept the outcome of an election not in his favour, he said: “I am a Democrat.”
Atiku Also has said that he is impressed with the turnout of voters in Saturday’s Presidential and National Assembly.
“I am impressed with the turnout of voters and I hope the Resident Electoral Officer (REC) will be able to cope with the turnout”.
The Presidential Candidate noted that he was looking forward to a successful transition, following the conclusion of the elections.
When asked if he would be satisfied with the result of the elections, he responded saying he is a “Democrat”.
Atiku cast his vote at about 10:01 am.
Earlier when President Muhammadu Buhari voted at his ward in Daura, Katsina state, he refused to comment on whether he would accept the election if he is voted out.
Buhari had said: “I’ll congratulate myself… I’ll be the winner.”