South-East: Misguided youths behind sit-at-home – Atiku
Ejes Gist Newspaper reports that Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) presidential candidate, has criticized the Monday sit-at-home movement taking place in the five South-East States.
Prior to his meeting with PDP stakeholders in the South-East on Tuesday in Enugu, the former vice president spoke.
Okezie Ikpeazu, the governor of Abia, skipped the meeting. The host Governor, Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State, as well as other regional political figures, were present, though.
The PDP candidate told the audience that he was devoted to the general development of all the zones.
What Atiku Said About Sit-at-home Order
While bemoaning the negative economic effects of the sit-at-home campaign, Atiku claimed that the zone’s misled young were forcing the civil disobedience.
“I am aware of how the Monday sit-at-home mandated by a few, misguided youth from this zone is destroying the economy of this zone and the livelihoods of its citizens.
How you liberate a people by destroying their economy is tough to comprehend. This must end, and we will address all political grievances not only with words but also with deeds, the speaker emphasized.
If elected President, Atiku promised to remedy the marginalisation that the zone’s residents felt.
He claimed that his plans “will help the South-East.” Nigeria will function for all of its zones if it is actually effective.
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“We must address the sense of exclusion that is being used as justification for the separatist agitations in this region. The residents of this region will profit from national unification since they require a larger operating space.
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