"There is only one happiness in life, to love and be loved": and this is one of the most popular quotes for Valentine's Day. 

Celebration is on and everyone is in the mood to paint their locality RED and other colours that depict love for them. 

Nigerians are not left out in the celebration even as they prepare for the commencement of the general elections.

The big one and the first one is on February 16 and one of the contestants, a former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, has a Valentine's Day message for Nigerians.

There a big link between the situation around you and your happiness and the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) knows. 

On his Twitter page, Mr Abubakar posted a video of him making a demand from Nigerians who love their nation. 

The PDP's candidate said: "Today, I want to urge you to come out and vote this Saturday, February 16, 2019. 

"Every vote counts 

"Not voting is the same as voting for things to remain the same. 

"The future of Nigeria is in your hand. 

"The power to get Nigeria working again is in your Permanent Voter's Card (PVC).

"You have got the power. Do not give it away by staying at home. Let your voice be heard this Saturday. 

"Do not let the fear of election rigging stop you from voting. 

"A high voters' turn out is the best anti-dote to election rigging. 

"If you do not have a job, Saturday, is the day to make a decision that will see your situation change. 

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"If you do not have power, Saturday is your chance to ensure that things improve in Nigeria. 

"If your minimum wage cannot take you home, Saturday is the day to ensure that your wage has a maximal effect. 

"Even if you are not voting for me. Still come out to vote on Saturday. 

"It is about Nigeria and not Atiku Abubakar. 

"Come out to vote and ensure that your vote counts. 

"He thanked Nigerians for their support". 

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