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Atiku Abubakar’s Covenant With Nigerians, Reveals 5-Point Development Agenda

Former Vice President and presidential aspirant under the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has said the election lost by the PDP in 2019 was a huge loss to the nation, considering his intention to change things for good.

Releasing an abridged policy document tagged,“ My covenant with Nigerians,’’ Mr Abubakar recalled his 2019 abridged policy document which could not be implemented for the benefit of Nigerians because of the defeat suffered by the PDP.

Atiku’s 5-point development agenda

Atiku’s abridged policy document which was summed up to a 5-point development agenda seeks to restore Nigeria’s unity through equality, social justice, and cooperation among various people.

This document revealed that Atiku will establish a strong and effective democratic government that will guaranty the safety and security of life and property.

The centre of it’s policy will be to promote a strong and true federal system,build a strong and prosperous economy, create jobs and wealth as well as lifting millions out of poverty.

Also one of its policy agenda would be to improve and strengthen the education system and equip students with all necessary skills “required to be competitive in the new global order which is driven by innovation, science, and technology.”

Atiku said he believes that with the understanding of the above, the people can hold him accountable if he fails to meet the projections he termed social contract.

The Economy

On the economy, Abubakar said ” Our agenda is guided by three basic principles”, which include:
1. Re-affirming the criticality of private-sector leadership and greater sector participation in development; while also repositioning the public sector to focus on its core responsibility.

2.Eliminating government monopoly in all infrastructure sectors, including refineries, rail transportation and power transmission.Price determination by market forces and as a result, “the persistent price distortions occassioned by current interventionist exchange rate management policy shall be eliminated.”

3.Reliance on optimal fiscal space to generate more revenue for development. He projected a fiscal regime that is stable and predictable and can clearly bridge the gap between the national revenue yield and national expenditure.

He shed more light on some of the fiscal strategies his administration will employ to include, Domestic Reforms to improve IGR, promoting export growth to improve fx earnings, blocking leakages and financing projects through strategic partnerships with private sector.

National Security

On national security, Atiku assured that his government will reactivate birth registration inorder to reduce crime rate and protect Nigerians.

His government will as a matter of urgent national importance, ensure the conduct of national population census as the basis for further development planning.

According to him, dealing with insurgency shall rely mainly on alternative approach to dispute resolution.

Restructuring

Atiku promised to restructure and decentralize security institutions, promising to deal decisively with terrorism, kidnapping and other crimes.

The former Vice President is optimistic of a Nigeria that will work again through restructuring, promising to work with the National Assembly and all other stakeholders, to initiate the process of genuine and transparent constitutional amendments.

Anti-corruption

On anti-corruption, top on the agenda was to champion institutional reforms of agencies and further strengthen them.

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