Presidential aspirant for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, has reaffirmed his earlier stance on restructuring saying it’s one of his top priorities if elected the president.
Atiku said he will begin the process of restructuring the country within six months into his administration, Saying that his restructuring package will also address the ongoing agitations in the south East.
That Unlike the current administration, he’s ready to comprise to find a common ground that’ll be fair and reasonable to foster growth and promote unity in the country.
Atiku Abubakar who beat Tambuwal to emerge as the PDP presidential candidate, made this known during his campaign rally at Osogbo.
Atiku Abubakar had always maintained that he’ll will restructure the country as soon as he got into office but the details of his restructuring is yet unclear.
The PDP presidential candidate has also said that his administration will pay utmost attention to employing youths and women saying they will make up for 40 per cent and 30 percent respectively.
While campaigning at Osogbo, he said:
” You know I have always stood for restructuring and I promise that I will start the process in six month, if elected and I mean it”.
The former vice president urged people not to re-enforce failure by voting for APC. He said he already had a track record of success that he wished to replicate running the country.
His wife Mrs Titi Abubakar, urged people to vote for her husband to bring an end to poverty, suffering and restore security to protect lives and properties throughout the country.
” I appeal to you to vote for PDP from top to the bottom and your vote for the party means job, security and improved economy,”.
There’ll be massive jobs creation and youth empowerment programs to help alleviate the high unemployment levels in the country. She said.
Other PDP party members and campaign team who were present at the event urged people to vote for PDP and help end the downward spiral the country’s been on for the past 4 years.
The National Chairman of the PDP, Mr Uche Secondus, the PDP National Chairman appealed to the new Acting Inspector General of Police , Mohammad Abubakar, INEC and security operatives to make sure the election is free and fair.
The Osun PDP Chairman, Mr Soji Adagunodo, said PDP has earned their trust and will mobilize a very high percentage of voters to that effect.
Atiku has made it clear from day one that he was going to restructure the country if elected and this is what is attracting the electorate to PDP as the party of choice.
He’s also seen as a better person to address the ongoing agitations in the South East which this current APC administration has failed to checkmate.