Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar said on Wednesday that he will fight insecurity and other challenges facing Nigeria with his restructuring agenda.
Atiku vowed that he will start implementing his restructuring plans for the country’s development as soon as he is sworn in as president.
The former vice president made the pledge at the PDP mega-rally in Osogbo.
“Our only goal is to make sure that the current challenges of insecurity, disunity, economic deprivation, lack of jobs for our youth and the future of this country through restructuring can be achieved, I promise you. I am going to start doing them from the first day in office,” he said.
The presidential hopeful has called on state residents to support his ambition, vowing he will not betray their trust.
“I am calling on you to come out in large numbers like you did in the last statewide election and vote PDP in next year’s election. That is the only way you can secure your future and that of your children,” he added.
“We will not let you down, we are not like APC, we have done it before, we have the experience and the ability to bring about the necessary changes. We are not new when it comes to governance in Nigeria,” Abubakar promised.
In his remarks, the state governor, Ademola Adelekedescribed the PDP presidential candidate as an experienced politician who has the qualities to solve Nigeria’s challenges.
“The experience of the PDP presidential candidate is so enormous, when he served the country as vice president, he was the one who stabilized the economy, made it grow, we need someone like him to run the affairs of the country.” he said.
“When elected, Nigeria will grow bigger and bigger. The rise of Atiku will destabilize the evil in this country because she is God-fearing, ”added the governor.
Adeleke also promised that Atiku as president will put an end to insecurity in the country.
“He will rule Nigeria with the rule of law and due process. I have been talking to him about the security issue and he promised to find a lasting solution to the challenges. It will end the kidnapping,” he said.