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Former Senate President, Bukola Saraki, pledges “team work policy” if given Presidential Seat in 2023

by Christiana Gokyo, Jos

Former Senate President (during the 7th Assembly) and former Kwara State Governor, Sen. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, who is one of the PDP Presidential Aspirants for 2023, has assured Nigerians that he will run a “team work policy,” where all shall fully participate in governance, if he is given the opportunity to rule Nigeria.

Sen. Saraki expressed worry over the insecurity and “weathering thread of unity” in the country, assuring that he will ‘fix Nigeria’ presidential philosophy, which is a paradigm to restore the old glory of the country in which economic stability and inclusive politics made the country truly the “Giant of Africa.”

The (Presidential) aspirant arrived the Yakubu Gowon International Airport, Heipang, at about 2pm (Tuesday); paid a courtesy call on former Plateau State Governor, Jonah David Jang, at his Du home in Jos South local government area of Plateau State, before he was accompanied to the party secretariat by the State party Chairman, Chris Hassan, to address the delegates.

He expressed concern on the killings of citizens, and noted with regret that the continuous loss of lives of citizens due to unabated insecurity was uncalled for, and observed that the increasing insecurity in the country was laxity on the part of government, saying, “And someone must be held responsible for every action.”

According to Bukola Saraki, the present administration, led by the All Progressives Congress (APC) party, is not proactive on issues concerning security of lives and property, and promised to end the insecurity in Nigeria, if elected as President of Nigeria.

Speaking earlier, the Chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Plateau State, Hon. Chris Hassan, said the northern states’ chapter of the party has endorsed the candidature of Dr Abubarkar Bukola Saraki to contend for President of Nigeria, come 2023.

“When Dr Saraki visited the party office recently, he was seeking for cooperation of the national delegates from the state to vote him during party primaries. 

“The endorsement of Dr Saraki by stakeholders of the PDP from the north central was a nod, because the decision was taken at the National Headquarters of the party in Abuja last week,” he said.

Hon. Hassan noted that, the consensus on the person of Saraki was done as a means to provide a credible and qualified aspirant from the north central geo-political zone to also rule Nigeria in the capacity of a President.

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