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Illorin – Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has said that if elected, his administration will set aside $10billion to create employment and boost small and medium scale enterprises to help employment drive for youths and women in the country.
The former vice president made the comment while addressing PDP supporters in Illorin, the Kwara state capital on Thursday, November 24.
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Atiku also bemoaned the state of insecurity and infrastructure decay in the country, citing Kwara as example saying the state connects both south and north but bad roads have hindered growth in the area.
Earlier, in his speech, the vice presidential candidate of the PDP, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa said he is happy with what he has seen in Kwara.
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According to him, the huge crowd receiving PDP showed that people are very hungry and are ready to drive away hunger.
He said:
Chairman of the PDP, Senator Iyiorcha Ayu, said:
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Ayu later presented the PDP’s flag to Shuaibu Yema, the governorship candidate of the party in Kwara state.
On his part, the former President of the Senate, Abubakar Bukola Saraki asked the party’s supporters to vote massively for all candidates of the party in the next year’s election, saying the people can trust him and the party’s leadership.
He said:
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Governor Tambuwal in his remarks thanked the Kwara PDP for a warm welcome and urged the people to vote massively for Atiku in next year’s election.
Recall that Atiku recently described the ruling APC as destroyers, adding that they don’t deserve to be supported.
The former vice president made the comment in Benin, Edo state on Saturday, October 22.
He said the APC has destroyed the educational system, economy, infrastructure and failed to address the security challenges facing the country.
Meanwhile, the southeast region has been promised that an Igbo man will occupy the presidency after Atiku's tenure.
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PDP deputy director of media and publicity in the party's presidential management committee, Uloka Chibuike, said this in a statement.
According to him, Atiku can be trusted by the people of the region due to his antecedents in the past.
Source: Legit.ng
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