Atiku Promises to Revive Agriculture, Commerce
He said it would revitalize agricultural and commercial activities, open borders and empower young people
People’s Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar vowed Thursday to rebuild Kano’s agriculture and commerce if he is elected the country’s next president.
He also promised to reopen borders across the country. He said this would encourage commercial activity and empower young people.
Addressing his supporters at Kano’s Sani Abacha Stadium, the presidential candidate said the experience he gained in his work in Kano would help him deal with the state’s problems.
“First of all, I’m a Kano person. I went to school in Kano and worked in Kano, so there’s nothing I didn’t know about Kano over 50 years ago.
“The All Progressive Congress (APC) has ruled for eight years, but Nigeria has not witnessed the process. “They need peace and security. I will revitalize agriculture and business in Kano and reopen our borders. i promise.
“This is a promise between us and God. If you vote top to bottom for the PDP, these four things I promised you will help secure job opportunities for our youth. That’s all my message for,” Atiku said. Sokoto Governor Aminu Tambowal, leader of the PDP Campaign Council, also addressed the event, urging Kano people to oppose the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), adding that money should not be fooled. rice field.
“Reject these people (APC). Don’t let their money fool you. It’s money they need to use to provide the security they’ve been hiding. I want to buy votes. “You can see the extent of the infighting in the APC. They have plans to hack the INEC servers. Take her money and reject her named Mr. Tambowal.
Her PDP national leader, Iyorcha Ayu, said many of the laws drafted by the APC were designed to make people suffer. “Since the beginning of this party, they have thought nothing of benefiting the poor. They always make laws that make people suffer. People are killed and gas is nowhere to be found.
“They brought another problem. They changed the currency. We didn’t tell them to change the currency, but they did it themselves. They don’t think about how this will affect the poor. But we, the PDP, are coming to save Nigeria, Ayu said.
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