2019 presidency: Atiku reveals when he’ll begin restructuring Nigeria if elected

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The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Atiku Abubakar, has disclosed that he will begin the process of nationwide restructuring of the country in the first six months of his administration, if he is voted into power.

Speaking during his presidential campaign on Tuesday in Osogbo, Osun state, Atiku 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.”

While urging the people of the state to vote for him and other PDP candidates, the presidential candidate also appealed to them to protect their votes.

“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,” he said, adding that Buhari has failed the country by not providing adequate security to Nigerians.

Also speaking, the PDP National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus, vowed to retrieve what he called the party’s stolen mandate in Osun State.

also called on the acting Inspector General of Police (IG), Muhammed Adamu to clean up the mess of former IG, Ibrahim Idris, urging him to protect Nigerians and not a few cabal in the presidency.

He said, “We welcome on behalf of the party the new Inspector General of Police, Muhammed Adamu. You are to serve Nigerians, please clean up the mess of the former IG Idris. He served APC.

“We encourage you to serve Nigerians. That is the institution to protect the people and not to secure a section of people, not to secure a section of the cabal, but to secure all Nigerians. No be so? We warn INEC, you cannot rig Nigerians.”

The national chairman said that never again would the ruling APC steal the mandate of the people, and never again would they steal the mandate of Osun State, adding, “they stole it temporarily but by the grace of God that will be restored.”

Secondus equally called on the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, and security agencies to be neutral, asserting that under the present government, the economy has collapsed, the security has collapsed, and the government is broke.

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