According to Aniagwu, some of his proposed members are from the diaspora and not members of the party.
He further stated that Atiku has started identifying people who can play key roles irrespective of their religion or region.
Aniagwu said the former vice president is putting together people who can handle different sectors in the country.
The spokesperson for the presidential campaign stated this during an interview on Arise TV.
He said, “As I speak to you, I am in a position to know a few things. Atiku is already penning down names of Nigerians from even the diaspora and those not even in the party that he wants to bring on board.
“It is very much sure that for you to be able to rescue Nigeria, you are not going to just depend on only members of your party.”
Speaking about Atiku’s plan to sell off non-performing government businesses, Aniagwu said the presidential candidate will only sell non-performing government companies to qualified people to ensure the success of his blueprint.
Aniagwu speaking on the crisis in the party, said his principal will continue to engage aggrieved members of the party.
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