I Swear, Nobody Would Steal Public Funds If I’m Elected President — Atiku
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I Swear, Nobody Would Steal Public Funds If I’m Elected President — Atiku

Atiku Abubakar, former vice-president, says he would ensure that public money is not pilfered if elected president in 2023.

Atiku spoke during a consultative meeting with delegates of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Port Harcourt, Rivers state capital, on Saturday.

Reiterating the “priority areas” he listed during his formal presidential declaration, Atiku lamented the poor state of education in the country, alleging that the money meant to stabilise the sector is being stolen.

“I will make sure that our educational system is very well looked after. Today we have all our public universities closed down for several months,” he said.

Our children have been out of school. Not because we have not instituted institutions during PDP to make sure there is enough funding for these institutions.

“But because they are stealing the money. I will make sure nobody steals public money, I swear.

“After dealing with education, we can now look at restructuring the country.”


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