Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, former Senate President Bukola Saraki and Mohammed Hayatudeen, all of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) have said they have the capacity and experience to fix Nigeria if elected president in 2023.
Speaking with the Edo State delegates at the weekend in Benin, the state capital, ahead of the PDP presidential primaries, Atiku pledged to restructure the country, devolve power, improve education, healthcare and unite the nation among others if elected.
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He said, “Restructuring and devolution of powers to states and local governments among others are the areas I have identified as priority if elected president. I will give more power to states and local governments.”
Atiku said he is the only presidential aspirant on the PDP platform that has the capacity, experience and what it takes to fix the country.
On his part, Saraki urged Nigerians to elect a courageous leader who has the capacity, experience and what is required to fix the country.
“It is important that we have a courageous leader to take important decisions. We need a strong leader with leadership skills that can restructure and unify the country. I am the bridge between the North and South and I will unify the country.”
Earlier, Hayatudeen said he has what it takes to tackle the challenges bedevilling the country.
On his part, Tony Aziegbemi, state chairman of the party, assured them of the state’s delegates’ votes.