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What Datti Baba-Ahmed Said When Asked To Explain How His Party Will Tackle Insecurity If Elected

Labour Party vice presidential candidate, Yusuf Datti Baba-Ahmed has thrown a jab at the APC government over its failed promises to the people since 2015 that its assumed office and therefore refused to join them in making promises ahead of forthcoming general election.

The Kaduna born politician made this known while speaking on the state of the Nation during the Monday edition of Channels TV Politics Today anchored by Seun Okinbaloye.

Baba-Ahmed was asked to explain how Labour party intend to tackle the problem of insecurity if elected into power in 2023.

According to him, there is no point doing that kind of explanation on a live show. He and Dr. Peter Obi already have their plans well mapped out and all they need is for Nigerians to give them the opportunity to serve. Once that opportunity is given, the issue of insecurity will be a thing of the past in Nigeria.

The former Kaduna Senator explained that he is always ashamed each time he is being asked question about what they would do if elected to power in 2023. He noted that his party is not cut out to make promises but to take action.

He refreshed the memories of Nigerians about the long list of promises made by President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015 who was then, the presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress.

He asked how many of those promises have been fulfilled today. How much was a dollar to naira before this administration came to power? What was the state of economy? How was the security situation in the country? What do we have presently? He asked.

Baba Ahmed revealed that what Nigerians need presently is no longer promises but action from the government and that is what his party is bringing onboard.

He therefore refused to disclosed the plans put in place by his party to crush insecurity but rather, assured that insecurity will be things of the past if elected to power in 2023.

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