Atiku says Buhari, APC can’t be trusted to fulfil promises

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The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has said President Muhammadu Buhari and his party, the All Progressives Congress, don’t deserve the trust of Nigerians anymore, having failed to honour any of their promises before the 2015 election.

Atiku made the comments the party’s presidential rally at the Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos, on Tuesday.

Lamenting that the APC had worsened situations more than they met them three years ago, Atiku promised to provide adequate security, jobs and  turn around the economy,

The former vice president was quoted as saying, “The APC promised to create jobs for us, today there is massive unemployment. The APC promised security, but today, there is high level of insecurity in Nigeria. The APC promised us economic revival, today Nigeria is the poverty capital of the world. These are people that cannot be trusted.

“I promise you that I will create jobs; I have been doing it and I will turn this country around if you vote for me.

“I am a Lagosian, I came to Lagos before most of you here. Let me assure the people of Lagos and the South-West that I will address their problems. I have said I will restructure this country and I will do it.”

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In their respective contributions, the vice presidential candidate of the party, Mr Peter Obi, and the governorship candidate of the PDP  in the state, Mr Jimi Agbaje, urged the people of Lagos to troop out on Saturday and vote for the PDP.

Agbaje added that the Saturday polls should be considered a tool to end slavery, terror and ineffective government.

The National Chairman of the PDP, Uche Secondus, said the opposition party was confident of winning the presidential poll, while accusing the ruling party of planning to rig the election.

The party chairman called on Nigerians to vote for Atiku and other PDP candidates in the February 16 and March 2 elections, saying the party would return Nigeria to the path of economic development and security.

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