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Why I joined race for APC presidential ticket – Don

Aliyu said if elected, provision of security of life and property will be accorded the priority.Declaring his interest to join the race over the weekend…

Aliyu said if elected, provision of security of life and property will be accorded the priority.
Declaring his interest to join the race over the weekend in Minna, the Professor said the responsibility to provide security in the country rested on the shoulder of the president, hence his decision to indicate his interest for the plum job.
He said: “Security is a very serious issue that poses a challenge to the success of any government. The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Nigeria is in a better position to provide the lead in guaranteeing the safety of lives and property of all Nigerians and non Nigerians alike, wherever they may be in the country.”
The presidential aspirant explained that in order to revitalise the ailing education sector of the country, he would declare a state of emergency on the sector and ensure that public schools are provided infrastructures and instructional materials while teachers would be adequately remunerated.
“In order to achieve the Nigeria of our dream, a state of emergency will be declared on the education sector during which all the surgical operations required to enable it perform its proper functions in the development of the country will be carried out,” he stated.
The presidential aspirant said he has been in politics since 1993 as a member of the defunct  Social Democratic Party and later a member of the former Action Congress of Nigeria.

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