By Lukman Olabiyi, Lagos

A youth and women group within the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), the PDP New Generation, has held that the party’s flagbearer, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, is the only presidential candidate capable of resetting Nigeria.

The spokesperson for the group, Princess Nikky Onyeri, stated that the country is currently divided along ethnic and religious lines as never before and requires the expertise and experience of Atiku to unite the country.

“Today, the country is divided along ethnic and religious lines like never before and the only option is Atiku Abubakar, ‘The Unifier’ who is the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). The citizens are confident of his political sagacity, capacity, ideologies and plans, which are clearly stated in his policy document,” her statement read.

“His action document has spelt out his desire to set up an ‘E-Government System; to reduce the cost of governance, improve workflow management and overall efficiency.

“He proposes to remove the entire electricity value chain from the exclusive legislative list and give states the power to generate, transmit and distribute electricity to cater to their needs,” she said.

Speaking further, she said that the PDP presidential candidate, Atiku is the only candidate who has promised to restructure the country and devolve powers to component states, employ and upgrade our security architecture to help in curbing the insecurity ravaging the land.

She added that Atiku, through his policy document, has also revealed his strategy to attract foreign direct investment and his willingness to restore investor confidence in Nigeria’s economy so that they invest, especially in the non-oil sector.

She encouraged Nigerians to embrace the “burn the broom” effect which is spreading like a wildfire to streets and wards across the country.

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