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I’ll Use Modern Technology To Save Nigeria- Tambuwal

I’ll Use Modern Technology To Save Nigeria- Tambuwal

Gov. Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto state and People’s Democratic Party (PDP) presidential aspirant has promised to use modern technology to re-secure Nigeria if elected.

He stated this after a consultative meeting with Kebbi State PDP executives, delegates, and other key stakeholders of the party held at the state secretariat in Birnin Kebbi, the state capital.

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Tambuwal, who was former Speaker, House of Representatives, said: “First of all, it’s about ensuring that Nigeria is re-secured and to do that, we must reorient our security forces so that they learn and understand the techniques of the current security challenges”.

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“We will ensure supply of sufficient modern equipment and ensure that security agents are well taken care of in terms of their welfare, recruit more and more personnel and use modern technology to fight banditry, insurgency and other crimes across Nigeria”.

“We also intend to create more jobs, we will have no business with poverty in Nigeria, and by creating more jobs, you are in a way addressing the issue of insecurity.

“We also intend to support and boost agriculture that will take care of most of the people by engaging them in one form of agriculture or the other”. Information Guide Nigeria

On education, the aspirant observed that “if care is not taken”, the country’s education system would collapse, insisting that the issue was glaring in the lingering squabble between the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the Federal Government. jamb results

“On infrastructure, we intend to do a lot more in terms of providing more of rail services in the country by also supporting the constitutional amendment that will devolve more powers to states, strategising for their involvement in rail system, power, and energy”.

“This will enable states invest in power generation, transmission and distribution as well as provision of railway and other services and a lot of other things that we will do to reform, reposition and take Nigeria to a greater level”.

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“I was able to bring 359 members of the house together without rancour, despite the fact that members came from different parts of the country and from different backgrounds, different cultures, and different parties among others.

“This goes to show that by the grace of God the capacity is there to bring back the unity of this country by providing inclusive leadership”.

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Essien, Goodnews is a gruaduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo, Uyo; Currently working at Infoguide Media as a news writer.

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