2023: I Will Give More Power, Resources To States, LGs If Elected President – Atiku; Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, former Nigeria Vice President and a People’s Democratic Party PDP Presidential Aspirant
Has vowed to give more powers and resources to states, Local Governments if elected president of Nigeria in 2023 general election.
He added that he’d unite with the National Assembly make sure that the country was fully restructured.
Alhaji Abubakar said this at the weekend in Calabar while addressing party delegates and stakeholders as the party prepares for its presidential primary.
The former Vice President revealed that he’d insure that further powers was given to both the state government
While that of the Federal would come more decentralised and further power, coffers would be given to countries, local government and the regions.
He also pledged to resolve all the controversies being between the Academic Staff Union of University ASUU and civil government that has kept Nigerian scholars constantly at home for some months now if tagged.
Speaking further, he assured that he’d tackle FG/ ASUU impasse head on adding that he has done in the private sector successfully
For times and has proven that he also has both the capability and capacity to break ASUU problem.
He explained that our situation as a nation has gotten to a stage Where the right people must intermediate to save it adding that it would be the fault of the electorates if believable people weren’t not tagged in 2023.
History will judge the electorates if we fail to handpick the right people to positions of power.
I’m ready, good, available and have the right credentials which reasons I’ve offered myself to intermediate in the country’s situation.
Nigerians are dissatisfied with the government especially in the area of security where the northern part of the country is the worst megahit
The situation should no longer continue. I’ve the capacity, determination and courage to fix the issue of instability in Nigeria, he said.
I’ve one of the good universities in the country. In the last 20 times, we haven’t gone on strike for indeed an hour,” he said.
I’ll tackle the issues of our universities having thier children remaining at home in the name of strike.