Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, one of the presidential aspirants in the forthcoming election, has revealed that he would restructure the country should he emerge winner of the presidential seat.
Kwankwaso who is a former governor of Kano State and a member of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP made this known on Wednesday in Abuja where he declared his presidential ambition to members of the public.
Information gotten by NIGERIA NEWS revealed that the presidential aspirant also vows to end the activities of insurgents which has been bedevilling the country for a while now.
Speaking during the declaration, Kwankwaso said: “There is absolutely no excuse whatsoever for killings by Boko Haram insurgents, herdsmen, crop farmers, kidnappers, human traffickers and abductors. We will provide an atmosphere where there will be security, safety, serenity and sanity.”
“We would restructure the country to ensure an inclusive political, social and economic space, adding that he would motivate all affected communities, the military and the police to put an end to all killings across the country.”
“Nigeria in recent years has witnessed a weak economic performance due to tight economic policies and failed institutional supervision, especially as it relates to growing small enterprises that should, in the long run, result in larger ventures to anchor our economic prosperity.”
“The constant misuse of security apparatus will stop immediately. Ours is a recommitment to strengthening all democratic institutions in Nigeria.”
“We shall also strive to create an anall-inclusive mechanism for effective intelligence gathering that involves all stakeholders. We shall motivate all affected communities, the military and the police to put an end to all killings.”
Thousands of his supporters were on ground to show their support for him during the declaration which eventually took place yesterday after he was denied access to the Eagles Square by the Federal Government.
Recall also that NIGERIA NEWS had earlier reported that some of his supporters also backed out yesterday in Kano State by withdrawing their support after which they also dumped the PDP for the ruling All Progressives Congress.