2015: I’ll Restructure Nigeria ForGenuine Transformation – Buhari

The All Progressives Congress (APC)
presidential aspirant, Gen.
Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday said
part of his plan for the country, if
elected, was to restructure the
federation and put in place a
disciplined fiscal federalism which will
enhance devolution of powers to
other tiers of government for
effective governance.
He asserted that the 2015 election
must be about issues that affect the
well-being of the ordinary man and
the performance records of the
candidates as a pointer to their
suitability for the role.
Buhari promised that he would not
drag religion into politics so that
every man will be confident that the
next president will protect him even
when they do not share the same
religious beliefs.
He said his government, if elected, will
ensure safety of lives and properties
of its citizens irrespective of where
they choose to live or ply their trade.
He said: “We will prove that with
good management of our resources,
Nigerians can once again see in their
lifetime the Naira favourably
compared with the currencies of
other civilized nations and that their
government, when headed by
General Muhammadu Buhari, is
capable of keeping inflation down to
below 5% as we did it 20 years ago.”
The APC presidential aspirant in a
statement, read by the chieftain of
the party and the coordinator of the
Buhari Campaign Organization in
Ondo State, Mr Ifeoluwa Oyedele,
during the inauguration of directorate
and coordinators held at the campaign
secreteriat, cautioned that nobody
would be permitted to use any
abusive or insulting language against
any of the other contestants.

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