Presidential candidate of the Allied Congress Party of Nigeria (ACPN) Alhaji Ganiyu Galadimawa, at the weekend in Kwara state gathered community leaders and top Muslims clerics to offer a special prayer for Nigeria and the incumbent President, Good luck Jonathan for divine knowledge to lead the country aright.
He therefore assured Nigerian that his presidency will end youths unemployment if voted in, adding that he would also ensure a stop to importations generators and every other thing.
He however said all the 36 states of the federation under his government will establish power generation plant as solution to end poor electricity supply which he added has driven away many investors.
The president to be on the platform of ACPN, a party formed by late godfather of Kwara state politics, Dr. Abubakar Olusola Saraki, at the weekend at a rally in in Erin-Ile, in Oyun Local Government Area of Kwara state, told his large supporters that he will give priority attention to job creation for youths and revive the moribund private sector.
He said: “I will stop importation of fuel and establish refineries in all the states of the federation. I will ensure that all the states of the Federation generate independent power that will attract more investors and create jobs for the people.”
Galadimawa who identified agriculture as a veritable means of ending the problem of unemployment, which he said responsible for the current insecurity the nation is going through, said both the ruling People Democratic Party (PDP) at the centre and All Progressives Congress (APC) at the states have not done much to address the problem of unemployment.
In his remarks, the party’s governorship candidate, Mr. Abraham Omotosho, said unlike other parties, ACPN is on ground and is ready to go to the grassroot and seek for the support of the people. “I urge you people to massively vote for all the candidates of ACPN at all levels,” he urged them.
Earlier in the day, a prayer session was held at the palace of Magaji Ilorin, Alhaji Dauda Fagba, where special prayers by top community leaders and Islamic clerics were offered for the party and its candidates vying for various political positions in the state and across the federation.