Former Vice President, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has promised to provide jobs for the youths, as well as restructure the country in his first six months in office, if he becomes the President of the country.
Atiku, who made the pledge at the weekend when he inaugurated Cross River State chapter of the “Atiku House to House group” in Calabar, also said as a detribalized Nigerian, he was pained by the bloodletting going on in almost every part of the country, promising to put an end to the carnage. Represented by the national coordinator of the Atiku House to House group, Col. (Rtd.) Chinyere Obi, Atiku said given the rot the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has brought to the country, he was willing to ensure that Nigerians notice a clear difference in his first six months in office as the President of the country.
“Atiku Abubakar has promised that within the first six months in office if elected the President, he will look into the problem of the youths and women in the country, and has also promised to restructure this country to allow for peace,” Obi said. According to her, as a former president, Atiku was conversant with the problem of the country and has prepared himself to take it headon, noting that with Atiku as President, “Nigerians will sleep with their eyes closed.”