Atiku will reopen Nigeria’s borders if elected president: Tambuwal – Pegars News

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Governor Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto on Saturday stated that Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, would reopen Nigeria’s borders if elected at the 2023 elections.

Mr Tambuwal, the Director General of the PDP Presidential Campaign Council, made the assertion at the PDP marketing campaign rally in Illela Local Government Area of the state.

The governor stated that the PDP presidential candidate had higher plans for the nation than all the different events contenders. 

“These include reopening of the nation’s borders, addressing challenges of insecurity and the provision of basic necessities of life for Nigerians,” he stated.

The governor added that his administration in the state had loads of sympathy for the folks of Illela being amongst the worst hit areas by banditry assaults.

“However, in spite of challenges of insecurity, economic recess and the negative impact of COVID-19, we have executed several projects under healthcare, education, water supply and social interventions, among others,” he stated.

In his remarks, the DG, Sokoto Campaign Management Council, Yusuf Sulaiman, urged the folks of the space to vote for the PDP.

Sa’idu Umar, the PDP governorship candidate in the state, stated that the International market undertaking at Illela would be given the obligatory consideration if he’s elected.

Also at Kware LGA, Mr Umar stated he owed particular consideration to the folks of the state in basic, and promised to maintain the legacies of Mr Tambuwal, if elected.

On his half, Mannir Dan’iya, the Sokoto North Senatorial candidate of PDP and incumbent deputy governor, urged the folks to vote for PDP throughout the elections.


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