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Buhari pledges to tackle country's problems

2015-01-06 20:36

Port Harcourt - The presidential candidate for the All Progressive Congress, Muhammadu Buhari, pledged at his presidential campaign held in Port Harcourt that he will be tackling insecurity, corruption and the poor economy should he win the upcoming elections, Punch reported.

He explained that the level of corruption in the country is intolerable and something needs to be done about it.

Also read: Buhari wins APC presidential primary

Nigerians have been urged to get their permanent voter cards so that competent hands can manage the country just how the people want.

He further stated that Nigerians need to remember the People's Democratic Party believes in guns while the APC believes in God.

He has pledged to all Nigerians to make their votes count so that change can be implemented after the February 2015 elections.

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