The Peoples Democratic Party has warned d the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, against rigging the 2019 general elections through the use of the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs).
Speaking at a campaign rally in Benin City, the National chairman of the PDP, Uche Secondus, noted that he consequence of rigging the elections would be grave as the people will not hesitate to pour out their anger.
Secondus assured the residents that, when elected, Atiku would rescue the country from poverty, hunger, and mass killings.
“INEC should not use the IDPs to rig the elections; otherwise there will be wahala (trouble)”
Also speaking, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, described himself as a representative of both the young and old Nigerians. He tasked Nigeria youths to become more engaged in governance.
Atiku promised to transform the country’s socio-political and economic framework for a better future for all Nigerians, adding that he would tackle hunger, unemployment, killings, insecurity and other social vices.
He also added that he would make the country a safe investment haven for small, medium and large scale businesses while other economic benefits are to come the way of all sectors of the economy to boost the welfare of the citizens.
“I have told Nigerians that I am a bridge between the generation and my generation. Virtually all of you are young Nigerians and my government will ensure that 70 percent of youths are in my government. It means we have to prepare you to take over the reins of power, to take over the leadership of this country so you have your businesses and enterprises so that while you are doing your businesses, you will succeed,” said the former president.
“I want you to continue on the path of prosperity. If you vote stay there, don’t go until they declare the results. You see how they brought people from Niger. APC has caused hardship, drive them away, send them away. Kick them out. Buhari must go. PDP people I love you, I trust you,” he stated.