Atiku campaign train visits Katsina make 2 important promises if elected President
The presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, has promised the people of Katsina State job creation and security of lives and property if elected President.
Sparking at the party’s presidential campaign rally on Thursday, Atiku said he would not lie to the people the way the All Progressives Congress (APC) did during the 2015 electioneering campaign.
He said, “Now let me promise you all, everyone knows any promise I make, I fulfil them. My first promise is that I will return peace to Katisna by God’s grace. Secondly, our youths that are jobless, by God’s grace, they will get jobs. Once we create jobs, there will be no hunger.
“Let me remind you all; be careful with the APC. Since about three and a half years, they came to lie to you all. They said they will create wealth and improve the economy. Have they created wealth? Is the economy better now? They said they will solve the security challenges, but they have not”.
Atiku urged the youth population to actively participate in the upcoming elections, saying he and others in the PDP were there to mentor them.
The PDP candidate restated his admonishment to the military, police and other security agencies to ensure peace during the polls and not to allow themselves to be used to manipulate election results.
The national chairman of the PDP, Prince Uche Secondus who also addressed the rally, urged to people to vote for PDP in order to chase joblessness, insecurity and hunger away from the land.
According to him, Atiku remained the only candidate that has the capacity and competence to get the country working again, adding that the governing All Progressives Congress (APC) has failed the country.
The party chair described Atiku as a symbol of unity and urged the people to vote for him and other PDP candidates in the general elections.
He called on them to vote and to also defend their votes, to ensure that they are not shortchanged by compromised officials and security personnel.