Former Vice President and Peoples Democratic Party presidential challenger Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has bemoaned that President Muhammadu Buhari’s government has produced unprecedented divisiveness among the country’s varied sections.
However, if elected president, Atiku vowed to bring Nigerians together.
He made the remarks while meeting with PDP delegates from Ondo State in Akure, the state capital.
According to him ” the whole country had been messed up in all sectors by the current administration and need a person who is experienced and nationally acceptable to turn around the bad state of the nation.
“As long as the country is not united, as long as there is no peace, you cannot govern even in your own home, not to talk of a complex country like Nigeria which is multi-ethnic and multi-religious,”
He promised to unite Nigeria by giving every part a sense of belonging, tackle insecurity, and implement his economic development blueprint towards transforming the country.
” The APC government has caused disunity I have never seen in my life in this country. If I’m elected i will reunite every part of the country .”
Atiku highlighted five areas where he would work on if elected, which include, unity, insecurity, economy, education, and restructuring.