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I’ll make Nigeria better for you – Tinubu promises youths

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The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Presidential Candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has promised to make the country better for young Nigerians.

He made he promise on Tuesday in Umuahia the Abia State capital during his presidential rally and governorship campaign flag-off.

Tinubu also vowed to transform the education sector and ensure that not only will students get sound education but that they will graduate as at when due.

The former Governor of Lagos while speaking at the rally also called on the immediate past Minister of State for Mines and Steel, Uche Oga, to stop all court cases against the APC governorship candidate, Ikechi Emenike.

Tinubu said; “We are politicians, I’m calling on Uche Oga to come home and let us settle the matter in our living room. There is no need to bring a their party who is neutral to a family we can settle ourselves.

“To you students who are here, I appreciate your efforts today, you will not spend eight years doing a course of four years again. I pray that God will give you the encourage to go to the poll on the election day and vote for APC.”

Meanwhile, the APC standard bearer earlier said that his administration will eliminate corruption if he is elected.

Tinubu gave assurance to Nigerians on Thursday during a consultative forum with the Federation of Construction Industry in Nigeria, FOCI, in Abuja.

The presidential hopeful said that asides from tackling the problem of corruption head-on, he would back the establishment of a construction bank.

He further promised to adopt techniques that would end corrupt practices, attract, rather than scare away prospective investors.

Tinubu said; “We don’t want to scare away investors of today and tomorrow, but we promise you, we will eliminate corruption. Part of it is that we look at ourselves, too. Not just enforcement but to reduce the propensity for corruption.”

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