Wed. Sep 28th, 2022


The PDP Presidential candidate in the 2023 general elections, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar says he will work with the national Assembly to  restructure Nigeria to a true federal State if he is elected as President.

Alhaji Abubakar stated this in his meeting yesterday with leaders and stakeholders of the South East PDP  at the Base Event Center, Independent Layout, Enugu. 

The PDP standard bearer for next Year’s general poll also promised to decentralize the Nigeria police by creating state police to ensure improvements in national security .

In the economic front, the PDP flag bearer pledged that his administration  would transform the south East to a major industrial and trading hub in  Africa, revamp the nation’s economy by saving money through the removal of fuel subsidy in human capital development trough the upgrading of the education sector  as well as make massive investments in the health sector .

Alhaji Abubakar also promised that his administration would invest in agriculture to make food available to the teeming .

He reiterated that he would ensure that a Nigerian of Igbo extraction will become President after his tenure, adding that he will provide a political solution to all ongoing separatist agitations in the Country.

The former President of the Country reminded the Igbos that he has always

shown commitment to the Igbo cause by choosing his running mates from the

Igbo nation in all the times he has contested for the Presidency        .

In their speechs, the South East leaders requested that Alhaji Atiku when he becomes the President of Nigeria in 2023 should provide them with more power plants across south East zone, appoint Igbo sons and daughters into top government positions and site a Sea Port in Igbo land to open up the zone to more business opportunities.

They also urged him to make the rehabilitation of all federal roads in the South East a matter of urgent national importance and put in place the necessary infrastructure for ease of doing business in the South East and Nigeria in general. 

The South East PDP leaders also reaffirmed their commitment to the PDP five over five policy of working for the success of PDP candidates at all levels in next year general elections .

Correspondent reports that over three hundred Abia delegates drawn from the seventeen local government areas of the state were led to the August meeting by the State Governor Dr Okezie Ikpeazu who was represented by the state Deputy Governor ,Sir Ude Oko Chukwu

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