2015: Buhari Says He Will End Epileptic Power Supply

Source: pointblanknews.com

The Presidential Candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Gen.

Muhammadu Buhari, says APC government will end current epileptic power

supply in the country.
Buhari told party supporters in Brinin Kebbi that “ending current

epileptic power supply will boost the economy and attract domestic and

foreign investment.”
He further said that, if elected, the administration would focus on the

provision of employment to curtail youth restiveness and insecurity in the

“I will revive mining industries and give loan to our businessmen and

women in such a way that our economy will emerge stronger than ever.

“My administration would utilize resources prudently and end corruption

through intensified anti-corruption crusade; build schools, provide

materials and transportation for students,” Buhari said.

The APC candidate pledged to transform the health sector through the

provision of modern equipment, qualified medical personnel and adequate

drugs across the country.
He noted the neglect of agriculture in the country, saying that the APC

government would open up the sector, especially fishing and rice

production, to generate employment and boost rural economy.

“We will also be transparent and uphold trust and confidence entrusted in

us by Nigerians, if elected into power in the 2015 elections,” he said.

In a remark, the APC gubernatorial candidate in the state, Alhaji Atiku

Bagudo, assured that the people of the state would vote massively for the

According to him, the People Democratic Party government has stagnated

progress in the state and the people are yearning for change.

Bagudo pledged to exploit the agriculture and mineral resources in the

state to provide employment and generate revenue.
NAN reports that the presidential campaign was held on Thursday at about

10:00 pm with large turn out of party supporters.(NAN)

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