Atiku: These killings must stop, Nigeria must know peace and unity

By Editor on November 30, 2018

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PDP Presidential Aspirant, Atiku Abubakar

Atiku Abubakar, swore on Thursday to return Nigeria on the part of peace and unity, while ending the massive bloodletting and killing it has endured over the years, especially under the regime of President Muhmmadu Buhari.

The Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), said this would be his major priority as President, as his victory in the 2019 would be one for the people.

Stating his commitment to galvanising all efforts to liberate the nation from the shackles of hunger, deprivations, killing and divisiveness, Atiku said at a meeting with members of the PDP National Working Committee (NWC) in Abuja on Thursday, Nigerians must be commended for their commitment and sacrifices towards rescuing the nation from misrule, adding that such sacrifices will not be in vain.

“Our aim is to work very hard and collectively liberate our nation from the shackles of hunger, starvation, deprivation, bloodletting, killings and division which bedevil us today. We must all work hard to return our nation to the path of harmony, peace and progress,” he said.

Atiku Abubakar, whose campaign policy document is generally accepted across the country as a practical answer to the nation’s economic, social and infrastructure challenges, also assured of a new template for fiscal responsibility and productivity in all critical sectors of our national life.

He further assured that he has a running mate that is honest and reputed to have a very high sense of fiscal responsibility and transparency in governance.

He commended members of the National Working Committee for their effort in rebuilding and rebranding the party and urged them to continue with the momentum, built so far, until Nigerians achieve victory on the platform of the PDP at the 2019 general election.

 

 

Source Whirlwindnews.com

Posted on November, 30 2018

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