After ruling for 16 years PDP left Nigeria with nothing – Buhari – Businessday

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The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) which ruled Nigeria for 16 years wasted the country’s resources and left it with nothing President Muhammadu Buhari said on Monday in his home town, Daura, Katsina state.

The President stated this while  addressing journalists after attending Eid prayers to celebrate Eid El Kabir, President Buhari, a statement by Presidential Media aide Garba Shehu said.

‘‘I want Nigerians to realise that what this government inherited after 16 years of the PDP government was no savings, no infrastructure, no power, no rail, no road and no security” he said

The President noted that patriotic Nigerians had nothing to fear in the fight against corruption as his administration will ensure
justice and fairness to all.

He added that those who those who abuse public trust will face justice, in addition to returning their stolen assets to the nation’s coffers.

He further thanked Nigerians for supporting the Federal Government policies, programmes and actions aimed at improving security, revamping the economy and combating the fight against corruption.

‘‘We should thank God this year, the reports I’m getting, which is very pleasing, is that we will have a bumper harvest this year.

‘‘Nigerians can see what we have done on Boko Haram and what we are doing to resolve the problem in the Niger Delta.

‘‘Before the elections, we identified three major problems confronting our country. The first is security; we need to sufficiently secure our country to manage it well.

‘‘The second is economy, especially job for the youths and fighting corruption which is continuous.

‘‘For the youths, graduates and non-graduates who are interested in agriculture, the Federal Ministry of Agriculture in collaboration with the CBN are doing something to provide employment for them,’’ the President said.

President Buhari is observing this year’s Eid holiday in his native home Daura, Katsina State and will return to Abuja after the two-day public holidays.