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Atiku tells Buhari govt how to improve lives of Nigerians

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Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar has expressed fear over the declining way of life in Nigeria because the nation celebrates its 61st Independence Day.

Atiku in an announcement on Friday, stated it’s regrettable {that a} nation with huge oil sources is fighting joblessness and poverty.

He urged the federal government to push insurance policies to raise Nigerians struggling and in addition salvage the safety state of affairs within the nation.

Atiku stated: “As we rejoice our Independence Day, I urge for unity, whilst I stay apprehensive on the declining way of life of Nigerians.

“I exploit this chance to name on governments in any respect ranges to push insurance policies that can result in improved requirements of dwelling for the common Nigerian. If that is accomplished, I’m assured that the longer term forward of us can be brighter and higher.

“I additionally enchantment to our leaders in any respect ranges of the crucial of constructing our democracy work for all by way of justice, fairness, equity and equal unfold of growth throughout the nation.

“I additionally advocate for bipartisan initiatives by political leaders to handle the spate of insecurity compounded by joblessness and poor dwelling circumstances.

“It’s regrettable that regardless of our huge oil sources, excessive poverty and joblessness have remained persistent. There isn’t any excuse that 61 years after independence, excessive poverty continues to be staring the strange citizen within the face.”

Atiku, nonetheless, inspired Nigerians not to surrender however work collectively, in fact and justice, to beat these challenges as a stronger and extra united nation.

“Nonetheless, it’s worthy to rejoice our nice nation on her anniversary at present. We now have come a good distance collectively as a rustic,” he added.

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