I will restore education, economy, unity, social justice, tackle insecurity, says Atiku

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Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, on Wednesday, released his five-point plan for Nigeria if elected president during next year’s general election.

Atiku, who is a presidential aspirant under the Peoples Democratic Party platform released his five-point agenda on his Twitter page ahead of the party’s presidential primary slated for this weekend.

Atiku, who was the party’s presidential flagbearer during the 2019 presidential election, promised to tackle insecurity, economic and other challenges bedeviling the country.

He said his first agenda was to “Restore Nigeria’s unity through equity, social justice, and cooperation”.

Others are “establish a strong and effective government that guarantees the safety and security of life and property “Build a strong, resilient, and prosperous economy that creates jobs and lifts people out of poverty.

“Promote a true federal system which will provide strong Federal Government to guarantee national unity while allowing the federating units to set their own priorities “Spearhead education reform so it is driven by innovation, science, and technology.”

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