I’ll provide visionary leadership as president – Tambuwal




Tambuwal

A leading presidential aspirant under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Aminu Waziri Tambuwal has taken his campaign to the south west geopolitical zone with a promise to provide purposeful and visionary leadership that will unite the country.
Tambuwal, who is also the governor of Sokoto state, told a mammoth crowd of PDP supporters and delegates at the Osun state party secretariat on Wednesday evening that there is the urgent need to provide a credible alternative that will oust the All Progressives Congress (APC) led government of Muhammadu Buhari which has failed in all ramifications.
“This country is at a cross road.
We need leaders that can bring people together and reunite us, bring the country together and secureit.” Tambuwal, who is also the immediate past Speaker of the House of Representatives said: “We need to also provide jobs for our teeming youths and women; there is a lot of poverty all over the land.
“We know how PDP left the economy of this country and we know what is happening today.
Don’t mind what they are telling you.
It is just simple lie.
The economy is not doing well.
The fight against corruption is selective and, indeed, there are no jobs for our people.
So have they not failed on their promises to our people?” “I assure you that this ticket by all standards and by all measures is not going to be compared to that of Muhammadu Buhari.
We have understanding of the dynamics of the Nigerian state; there is no part of this country that I have been to.
We shall promote national unity and harmony.” He told the delegates that: “I have a very good understanding of what it takes to provide leadership in Nigeria.
I have the energy, the capacity in terms of experience.
I have been a member of the National Assembly for 12 years, four of which I was the speaker, and I am now governor of Sokoto state.
I have garnered enough executive experience to pilot the affairs of this country.
Not only that, I have been very close to Nigerian judiciary.
I have been a lawyer who has practiced in many courts in this country.
So, I have understanding of the workings of both the executive, legislature and the judiciary

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