Atiku Abubakar vows to fullfill all campaign promises

– The PDP Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar has vowed that he would fulfill all promises if elected

– He disclosed that he would remove the congestion in Lagos State

The Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP, Alh. Atiku Abubakar during his Presidential campaign in Lagos state yesterday vowed to fulfill every of his promise if elected.

According to the reports gathered by iDONSABI.COM, Atiku Abubakar in his statement claimed that unlike the All Progressive Congress APC, who he said have failed to fulfill it campaign promises, he hinted that on his own part he would create more jobs for millions of youths in the country.

The former Vice Pres. also disclosed that he would remove congestion from Lagos State which he said had virtually crippled the economy of the state.

Atiku Abubakar in his statement said, “Let me assure you and let me assure the people of Lagos state and South-West, you know I am not like APC. When I promise something I will do it. I promised Nigerians that I am going to restructure this country, I am going to do it.”

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He claimed that on the day President Buhari was to come to the state, trucks were removed but the trucks have returned to the road when he left.

Atiku said, “Look at what they have done. Our traffic cannot move. On the day the President was coming, they removed all the trucks. No sooner he left all the trucks are back. With a PDP government, you are not going to have this congestion again. So the people of Lagos, please vote for PDP all the way.”

Also in attendance was the PDP national chairman, Uche Secondus, who decried that many businesses and industries have shut down in Lagos State.

He said, “Since 2015, there has been go-slow in Lagos, all businesses shut down, all industries shut down. Unemployment has increased. Economy has collapsed. Security has collapsed.”

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