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Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Sen. Ahmed Tinubu, has declared that his emergence as the next President would end the frustrations of Nigerian youths.
Tinubu who made the declaration yesterday, during APC’s presidential rally at the Umuahia Township Stadium, Abia State, promised to create job opportunities for millions of youths if voted into power.
He also promised to invest heavily in the education sector because of its pivotal role in the development of any society.
‘I want to tell our youths that your frustrations are over. You will no longer spend eight years for a four-year course.’
The APC presidential candidate urged Ndigbo to vote for APC and stop being in the opposition.
‘Don’t stay anymore in opposition.Vote for APC. God will reward you and we will reward you too.’
The former Lagos State Governor promised to develop Aba the economic honey pot of Abia State if elected President.
He urged Abia voters to pick their Permanent Voter Cards, PVCs, and vote massively for all APC candidates at the forthcoming polls.
‘After voting, stay behind and protect your votes. Just vote for broom, others are like lizards and cockroaches which you will use your broom to sweep away’.
Tinubu appealed to former Minister of State for Steel Development, Dr. Uche Ogah who is also laying claims to the Abia APC governorship ticket to withdraw his court suit and return for settlement.
‘Emenike now has the APC ticket. The other one is my friend and partner and member of our party.
‘Uche Ogah please stop all court actions. Come and see me. Come home let’s discuss this matter in our bedroom.
‘We are the politicians. We will put the party together. We follow the footsteps of our fathers. Why are you taking me to the third party? Please Uche, come home.
‘I know the value of victory. I know power is not served ‘a la carte’.
In his remarks, the Abia APC governorship candidate, Ikechi Emenike said that APC was determined to take over power in the state at the forthcoming polls.
He solicited the support of Abia voters in his bid to rescue the state.
Chief Emenike told his supporters to stoutly resist any intimidation.