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RALLY: Atiku Promises To Eradicate Insecurity And Lower Taxes

Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party’s presidential candidate, has promised to remove instability in the North-East, revitalise the Lake Chad Basin in Borno State, and reduce the state’s exorbitant taxation policy.

The former Vice President made the remarks while speaking to a large assemblage of PDP supporters at Maiduguri’s Ramat Square.

Atiku and his team had already visited Borno’s Shehu, Alhaji Abubakar Garba, who advised him to focus on specific areas if elected president.

Addressing the crowd, Atiku said, “Before I arrived here, I visited the Shehu of Borno and in his address, he requested us to attend to about four or five issues that are the problems in Borno.

“One of them is to restore peace and security in the state. and I promise you that by the grace of God, if the PDP is elected, we shall restore peace and order in Borno State.


”Secondly, he requested us to make sure that we reactivate Chad Basin development so that our farmers can go back to the farm so that we can produce food and reduce unemployment.

”He requested that we should make sure the local governments are supplied with electricity which we promise, we would do.

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”Again, he requested that we should reactivate the exploration of oil in the Chad Basin, which we promise to do by the grace of God.”

Atiku thanked the people of Borno State for the massive reception accorded him in the state, and urged them to vote for the PDP at all levels during the 2023 polls.

He said, ”People of Borno, we thank you very much for this reception and support. We look forward to the day you will vote for the PDP.

”Enough of hunger, enough of insecurity, enough of unemployment, enough of sufferings and enough of too much taxation. We will make sure that you are exempted from exorbitant taxation.”



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